PhD (Education); MSc (Child Development); BA (Hons) Psychology; Nursery Teachers Training, IT Proficiency Certificates
An Associate Professor in the Department of Primary Education, University of Botswana (UB); acquired her qualifications from India. Her PhD is in Education from the Jamia Millia Islamia, Central University (India). She has a professional experience of close to 4 decades and served as an educator and researcher whose forte has been to create excellence in Early Childhood Education (ECE) and Computer Education. She served as the ex-Unit Coordinator of ECE unit (UB) and coordinated development of BEd, MEd programmes in ECE. She has supervised graduate and undergraduate dissertations/projects widely and has served as coordinator/teams members in several projects (SIDA, Office of Research and Development-UB, UNESCO, UNICEF). She served as a Content Expert in a Reception Child Development Monitoring Tool Project funded by the Roger Federer Foundation (Switzerland); reference group for The Rapid Evaluations of Botswana’s Early Childhood Development Program (World Bank). Prof. Bose has published variedly in both local and international educational refereed journals, books & Technical publications.
Early Childhood Education; Computer Education; Research Methods
Early Childhood Education; Computer Education; Teacher Education; Curriculum
Early Childhood Education; Education
Bose, K. & Seetso, G. (2016). Science and mathematics teaching through local games in preschools of Botswana. South African Journal of Childhood Education 6(2), a453. http://dx.doi.
Bose, K. (2008). Early childhood care and education programmes in Botswana: Policy (2001) implementation. Asia-Pacific Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education, 2(1), 81-963.
Bose, K. (2005). Computer use in reception schools, a case of Gaborone, Botswana. Early Childhood Education Journal: Springer, 33(1), 17-24.
Bose, K. (2003). An E-Learning experience: A written analysis based on my experience in an e-learning pilot project with M.Ed. primary education students. Campus-Wide information systems: The Journal of Technology on Campus: Emerald, 20(5), 193-199. (http://www.emeraldinsight.com/ft).