Jean Mollett’s main interests are innovative teaching methodologies for science students. She has an MSc Degree from Stellenbosch University, South Africa (1989), is a lecturer in Genetics Department, Wits University (1995 – 2001) and a senior tutor in the School of Molecular and Cell Biology, Wits University (2002 – present).


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Encouraging Deep Learning in Higher Education through Scaffolding

Challenges facing a senior tutor to encourage deep learning using scaffolding in the dynamic environment of Higher Education.

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The Little Blue Scaffold

The paper deals with a scaffold designed specifically for students in the School of Molecular and Cell Biology.

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Teaching and Learning Conversations for Transformation: Practical Teaching Innovations and Student Growth

A discussion of conversations held with students to identify and address issues that they feel impact on their learning experiences.

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Metamorphosizing “Madiba’s Matrics”: From Molecules to Mutants

This paper unpacks a response to the national science skills shortage in South Africa by a top tertiary institution

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Crossing Borders in Biotechnology Tertiary Education in Southern Africa

An investigation of epistemological access issues which will inform cross-border teaching and learning in biotechnology tertiary education in two multicultural universities in the SADC region.

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