Mrs. J Mutasa
PhD Candidate, UNISA Master of Philosophy Degree in Special Needs Education, University of Oslo. B.Ed (Hons) Moray House College, Edinburgh. Certificate in Education, UZ. Certificate in Counselling and Development, Connect, Zimbabwe.
Lecturer in Charge ECD (Seke Teachers’ College) Lecturer (Inclusive Education)
Parental participation, Disability and culture, Inclusive Education and disability and HIV and AIDS
Department: Educational Foundations
Research Category: Education
Her research interests are in parental participation, disability and culture, Inclusive Education and disability and HIV and AIDS. She has worked as a class teacher, a schools’ specialist educator and consultant, counsellor and lecturer in teachers’ colleges and universities for over 46 years. Currently she is studying on a PhD programme on disability issues.
Phone: +263 772688473
1. 1.Mutasa, J. & Ruhode, N. Perceptions of parents of non-disabled students on issues of disability in Harare, Zimbabwe, In Making Education Inclusive; E, Walton and S, Moonsamy (Eds) , New Castle-upon-Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, (2016) Note: Book is already out in soft copy.
2. 2.Mutasa, J. Goronga, P and Mutezo, J. (2018). Entreprenuership: A strategy for transforming the economic live of persons with hearing impairment. In F. Machingura, Ubuntu, advancing hunhu/ubuntu, ethinic, gender equality & Inclusivity through comparative based education in Zimbabwe. Harare, University of Zimbabwe Publication.
1. Mutasa, J. (2000). Challenges that Educators meet when teaching Children with hearing impairment at resource units in Harare, Zimbabwe. In Disability and Society. (Referred Journal) Volume 15 No. 6 pages 925-943-18 pages.
2. Mutasa, J. Experiences of educating a deaf blind child in Zimbabwe- deaf blind education. Journal of the International Associations for the Education of the Deaf Blind, Ouartely magazine (1990).
3. Mutasa, J. Education and awareness campaigns on deal blindness in Zimbabwe. Journal of The International Association for the Education of the deaf blind, Ourtely magazine. Article 3 No 9: July- December 1991. Issues [page 14 “Orebro” 19, The quality of Life.
4. Maunganidze, L., Sodi, T., Mudhovozi, P., Mberi, E., Mutasa, J., Academic Counselling for Research Students with Distance Learning. Journal of Psychology in Africa. 20 (1), 95- 100. ISSN 1433-0237, (2010).
5. Mutasa, J., Goronga P., & Gatsi, R. Parental Involvement: An untapped potential for transforming special education in Zimbabwe. American Based Research Journal. 2 (6), 21-35. ISSN 2304-7151, (2013)
6. Mutasa, J., Goronga, P,. & Tafangombe, J. Challenges experienced by students with disabilities when pursuing programmes with Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) Part-II: Social Sciences and Humanities. 4 (4), 513-523. ISSN 2223-9944, (2013).
1. Mutasa, J. and Kunakahakudyiwe, C. (2018). Conceptualisation of Inclusive Education (pp22-66) Diploma in Education: Open and Distance Learning. University of Zimbabwe, Harare: Department of Teacher Education.ISBN 978-1-77920-101-0.
2. Mutasa, J. (2018). Early Intervention and Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities (pp117-167) Diploma in Education: Open and Distance Learning. University of Zimbabwe, Harare: Department of Teacher Education.ISBN 978-1-77920-101-0.
3. Mutasa, J. (2018). Employment of Persons with Disabilities in an Inclusive Environment (pp268-309) Diploma in Education: Open and Distance Learning. University of Zimbabwe, Harare: Department of Teacher Education.ISBN 978-1-77920-101-0.
4. Chimedza, R. and Mutasa, J. Some Linguistic and cultural aspects of deafness. SPED 309. Zimbabwe Open University, (2006).
5. Chakuchichi, D. D., Mapepa, P. and Mutasa, J. Life Skills and Support Services. MSE 505, Harare, Zimbabwe Open University, (2008).
6. Mutasa, J. and Tafan’ombe, J. Disability in the Social Context. MSE 508, Zimbabwe Open University, (2009).
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