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Busayo Ige

Postgraduate qualifications

  • PhD, University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Outputs

Ige, B. O. (2008). Impoliteness in Context: Impoliteness, Gender and Construction of Identities at a South African University.

Ige, B. (2016). Mitigating Language Related Anxiety in Linguistically Diverse classroom. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Celebrating Health Sciences Education Conference, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Cape Town, Cape Town.

Ige, B. (2016). Student Agency and Collaborative Learning in Higher Education Paper presented at the Student Agency and Collaborative Learning in Higher Education at the presented at the 6th International Conference of The African Association for Rhetoric, Namibia, South Africa

Ige, B., Amosun, S., & Hartman, N. (2016). Widening Student Access and Participation in Allied Health Sciences: A Critical Reflection. Paper presented at the Widening Student Access and Participation in Allied Health Sciences: A Critical Reflection.

Ige, B., Amosun, S. L., & Hartman, N. (2015). Unpacking student diversity: the difference between design and implementation. . Paper presented at the Bambanani Conference: Joint conference of The Network: Towards Unity for Health and the South African Association of Health Educationalists, Johannesburg, South Africa.