Dr Phoebe Kashora holds a Masters degree and a Diploma in Adult Education from the University of Zimbabwe and a Bachelor of Arts General degree in English and History and a Diploma in Education from Fourah Bay College from the University of Sierra Leone.  Dr Kashora began her professional career as a teacher educator at Morgan ZINTEC in Harare where she trained primary school teachers how to teach English from 1981 to 2002.  She served as a head of division for many years at Morgan ZINTEC.  From 2003 to 2005 she was a lecturer in the Department of Adult Education, University of Swaziland where she taught Rural Development, Gender and Human Communication.  She joined the Faculty of Social Sciences and Gender Development Studies at WUA in 2007 where she is teaching Adult Education for   Masters Class in ECD.  She has also lectured on part time basis at Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU), Central Africa Correspondence College, Zimbabwe Staff College and Zimbabwe Police Staff College.  She holds a Ph D. with the University of South Africa on Curriculum Evaluation of the Adult Education Degree Programme at Zimbabwe Staff College.  In 2012, she co-authored two modules on academic and professional communication for ZOU an she has co-published work on perceptions on the interplay of housemaids; nurseries on early child development (ECD); obligations, challenges and coping mechanisms for women in tertiary education; personality and learning preference interactions of women in tertiary education; and prospects and challenges of empowerment through information and communication technology (ICT); motivation and willingness to learn: factors influencing non –participation in adult education degree programme at Zimbabwe Staff College.

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