Dr Noluthando Toni
Tel: +27 (0)43 704 7026
D Ed (NMMU 2009), M Ed (UPE 2002),
B Ed (UPE 1999), B Prim Ed (UPE 1998),
Senior Primary Teachers Diploma (SPTD) (Cape College of Education 1992)
Dr Noluthando Toni started her career as a Primary School teacher in 1993. She decided to continue with her studies in Education at the then University of Port Elizabeth (UPE) until she completed her Masters degree. She proceeded with her doctoral studies and obtained a Doctorate in Education at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU).
Before joining the University of Fort Hare (UFH), Dr Toni worked as a Lecturer at UPE, a Senior Lecturer and Director of School for Initial Teacher Education in the Faculty of Education at NMMU. She joined UFH on the 1st February 2012 as the Director of the Teaching and Learning Centre.
Dr Toni’s research interests include transformation in higher education, issues of race and racism, identity formation and educational issues in general. Dr Toni has presented a number of papers at national and international conferences where she delves into realities of teaching and learning in South African institutions of higher learning. Her teaching interests are curriculum studies as well as teaching and learning strategies.