Ms Hasina Banoo Cassim is a lecturer in the Department of Early Childhood Education. She has worked over 13 years in the Higher Education sector. She specializes in Education Psychology with special interests in teaching learners with barriers to learning, Inclusive Education and Cognitive Education. She is presently co-supervising Masters students. She is currently a PhD student. Ms Cassim is a member of the Wellness Committee in the School of Education. Professional affiliation: Institute for the advancement of Cognitive Education IACE, South Africa
Hasina Cassim. Among her recent publications are:
1) Nwosu, K.C., Wahl, W.P., Cassim, H., Anierobi, E.I., Akuneme, C.C. and Okwuduba, E.N., 2021. Teacher Self-Concept and its Association with Willingness to Include Children with Special Needs in Regular Classes: Teacher Empathy as a Mediator. Journal of Educational and Social Research, 11(2), pp.47-47.
2) Nwosu, K.C., Wahl, W.P., Cassim, H., Okwuduba, E.N. and Nnaemeka, G.U., 2021. Teaching Children with Special Needs in Nigerian Regular Classes: Impact of Gender, Marital Status, Experience, and Specialty. International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research, 19(12).
Department: Department of Early Childhood Education
Qualifications: BA HED(UDW); M.Ed.-Educational Psychology (Northern Illinois University-USA). Certificate: Mathematics Education-Intermediate and Senior Phase (UNISA); Certificate: Adult Basic Education and Training (UNISA); Certificate: Promoting Inclusion with a Cognitive Approach in European Countries (PICA), Marmara University, Turkey.
Office no: GF22, New Education Building