University of Botswana.
Ms K.P.J Batsalelwang is a Senior Lecturer Gender studies in the Department of Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education. She received both her Bachelor’s Degree (Bed) and Master degree (MEd-Gender) at the University of Botswana. Her area of specialization is Gender in Education. Ms Batsalelwang’ s research is in Inequalities, Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health & Education, Gender Equality and Women Empowerment.
Contemporary Issues in Education
Introduction to Gender in Education
Feminist Reseacrh & Pedagogy
Gender & Human diversity
Gender & Educational Leadership
Gender Curriculum & Instruction
Gender, Education and Development, Inequalities, Vulnerabilities and Social justice, and Sustainable Development.
Habulezi,J.& Batsalelwang,K.J.P. & Malatsi, N.(2017) Factors Influencing the Poor Academic Performance of Learners with Vision Impairment in Science Subjects in Kgatleng District in Botswana. International Journal of Learning Teaching & Research
Nenty, Kgosidialwa & Batsalelwang,K.P.J.(2017). Sex, Gender, gender-typing and Mathematics performance in 2015 Junior Secondary Certificate by students in Gaborone. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal
Batsalelwang, K. J. P. & Dambe. M. (2015). Women’s dominance in the informal business sector in Gaborone, Botswana. International Journal of Gender Studies in Developing Societies. Wiley
Batsalelwang, K. J. P & Kamwendo, G. H. (2013) Language Policy and Practice at a Secondary school in Botswana: A multi layered onion. In Jo Shoba & F Chimbutane,F. (Ed.)Bilingual Education and Language Policy in the Global South. Routledge, London