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 Prof. Mokgadi Moletsane (nèe Kekae)

Position: Associate professor
Department: Department of Educational Psychology
Faculty: Faculty of Education
Qualifications: BA (Admin)
B.Ed ( Ed. Psych)
UED, MEd (Ed Psych) PhD (Ed.Psych)
Tel: 021-9592429
Fax: 021-9593934
Email: mmoletsane@uwc.ac.za
Research:
 
 
 
 

Biography

 Areas of specialisation

• Counselling Theory
• Counselling Practice
• Psycho-educational Assessment
• Multicultural psychology

Publications

Bezuidenhout S, Moletsane M E & Wentzel A M (1994):  A study motivation programme for winners. Career Dimensions Publishers Johannesburg.

Moletsane M E & Bouwer A C (2000): Criteria for effective pre-literacy education in daycare centers in South African informal settlements. Tydskrif vir opleiding en opleiding, 21(2).

Moletsane M & DeLancey M W, (2003): HIV/AIDS: A problem for Africa-A special problem for African Women. Asian Women journal, 2003, 2003 Vol. 16.

Moletsane M (2004). Families. In  Eloff I &  Ebersohn L (Eds.): Keys to Educational Psychology). Cape Town: UCT Press.

Moletsane M DeLancey (2005). “Women in the New Millennium” 2005. Production editor: Beverly Baum. ISBN; 0-7618-33420.

Moletsane M & Eloff I (2006). The adjustment of Rorschach Comprehensive System procedures for South African learners. South African Journal of Psychology: SAJP. Volume 36, No. 4 November 2006.

 Moletsane M. (2008). Psychosocial effects displayed by AIDS orphan learner. (In Ebersöhn, L. (Ed.). From Microscope to Kaleidoscope: Reconsidering Educational Aspects related to children in the HIV&AIDS Pandemic. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Moletsane M (2008): Masekitlana: South African traditional play as a tool for Child Psychotherapy. South African Journal of Psychology, Volume 38 Number 2 June 2008, p367 - 375.

Moletsane M (2009). Life skills. In M Steyn (Editor). Pretoria

Moletsane M (2009). The experiences of abused South African Women in shelters. Asian Women Journal in Korea. Volume 25 No. 2. Research Institute of Asian Women. Sookmyung Women’s University.

Moletsane M (2010). Book review: Child and Adolescent Development edited by Louw D and Louw A (2007). New Voices in Psychology, UNISA.

John S and Moletsane M (2011). Re-imagining psychology: Proceedings of the South African Students’ Psychology Conference held in 2009 in Botswana. New Voices in Psychology. UNISA Publication. UNISA Pretoria

Odendaal N P and Moletsane M (2011): Investigating indigenous stone play as a projection medium in child psychological assessment. Journal of Psychology in Africa. Vol 21(14), 2011.

Perry H M, Mohangi K, Ferreira R & Moletsane M (2012). Teachers’ understanding and implementation of the National Curriculum for the physical development in the Reception year. South African Journal for Research in Spot. Physical Education and Recreation, 2012, 34(1): 123-136. Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Navorsing in Spot, Ligaamslike Opvoedkunde en Ontspanning, 2012, 34(1): 123-136

John S, Odendaal-Hinzee N & Kekae-Moletsane, M (2012). Cultural inclusivity in psychology: The effective use of Masekitlana in psychological assessment and intervention. International Journal of Psychology. Vol.47, Issue S1 January 2012 (p479-485).

Botha K and Moletsane M (2012). Western and African aetiological models (edited by A Burke). Abnormal Psychology. A South African Perspective. 2nd edition.  OxfordUniversity Press. South Africa. ISBN 978019599837 5.

Moletsane M (2012). Prenatal Development (edited by J Hardman). Child and Adolescent Development. Oxford University Press, South Africa. ISBN 978 0 19 599979 2.

Moletsane M (2012). Children and Childhood in South Africa. (edited by J Hardman). Child and Adolescent Development. Oxford University Press, South Africa. ISBN 978 0 19 599979 2.

Phatudi, N & Moletsane, M (2013). Mother-tongue teaching through the eyes of primary school teachers in the North West Province, South Africa. Journal of Educational Studies, Vol. 12(1), Dec 2013.

Moletsane, M (2013).  Educational and Psychosocial Effects of AIDS on Orphans from Previously Disadvantaged South African Township. Journal of Human Ecology, International Interdisciplinary Journal of Man-Environment Relationship.  ISSN 0970- 9274. J Hum Ecol, 44(3): 297-303 (2013).y

J Major V & Moletsane M (2013). The human body and mind. L2 Primary Health. Pathways. Pearson Education of SA. ISBN: 978 1 7757 8582 8.

Moletsane, M and Stofile, S, (2013). Understanding Barriers to Learning. (Editors: CF Pienaar and E B Raymond). Making Inclusive Education Work in Classroom.  Pearson Publishers, South Africa, Cape Town . ISBN: 978177574807

Moletsane, M, Raymond, E and Stofile, S, (2013). Learners with Cognitive and Behavioural Challenges.  (Editors: CF Pienaar and E B Raymond). Making Inclusive Education Work in Classroom.   Pearson Publishers, South Africa, Cape Town. ISBN: 978177574807.

Moletsane, M, Raymond, E, and Stofile, S,(2013). Instructional Approaches for Inclusive Classroom. (Editors: CF Pienaar and E B Raymond). Pearson Publishers, Making Inclusive Education Work in Classroom.  South Africa, Cape Town. ISBN: 978177574807.

Phatudi, N C and Moletsane, M. (2013). Restoring Indigenous Languages and the Right to Learn in a Familiar Language:A Case of Black South African Children  in (Eds) Beth Blue Swadener, Laura Lundy, Janette Habashi & Natasha Blanchet-Cohen. Children’s Rights and Education: International Perspectives.  Published by Peter Lang. 2013.

Bojuwoye, O, Moletsane, M, Moolla, N, Stofile, S, Sylvester, F (2014).  Learners’ experiences of learning support in selected Western Cape Schools. South African Journal of Education; 2014; 34(1) 1. 

J Smith, M Moletsane and R Small (2014). Teacher education institutions and schools as partners: Towards a model which strengthens the partnership relationship. Journal of Educational Studies. Volume 13 (2) 2014.Major

 V & Moletsane M (2014.). The human body and mind. L3 Primary Health. Pathways. Pearson Education of SA

Moletsane M & Mukuna K R (2015). Response Rate on the Adjusted Rorschch Comprehensive System (ARCS) by isiXhosa Learners: A Replication and Extension. Journal of Psychology in Africa. 2015, Vol. 25, Issue 2

Moletsane M & Mukuna K R (2015). Analysis of the Learners’ Responses of the Adjusted Rorschach Comprehensive System: Critical Psychological. Perspective. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology Psychological and Behavioral Sciences Vol:2, No:11, 2015. International.

 Major V & Moletsane M (2015). The human body and mind. L4 Primary Health. Pathways. Pearson Education of SA.

Moletsane M & Robert Kananga Mukuna (2016). Psychometric properties of a measure of psychological factors among francophone adolescent learners in a South African setting. Journal of Psychology in Africa. Volume 26, Issue 2

John S, Kekae- Moletsane M and Mohangi K (2016). Masekitlana: Indigenous Stone Play and Dynamic Assessment as Therapeutic Techniques for Children Affected By HIV/AIDS in South Africa. Kamla-Raj 2016. Ethno Med, 10(3): 361-374 (2016)

Moletsane M. (2016). Understanding the role of indigenous knowledge in psychological assessment and intervention in a multicultural South African context.  In Ferreira, R (Ed). Psychological Assessment: Thinking innovatively in contexts of diversity. Cape Town: Juta and Company (Pty) Ltd. ISBN 978 0 70218 979 1 (Chapter 10: 154-170).

Moletsane M (2016).  Accommodating sexually abused learners. In Magano M.D. and Ramnarain U. Teaching Sustainability in the 21st century. Pearson Publishers. ISBN 9781775952992

Hepper P and Moletsane, M (2016). Prenatal. In Joanne Hardman. Child and Adolescent development. A South African socio-cultural perspective. 2nd Edition. Cape Town: Oxford Publishers (Pty) Ltd.​​


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