Prof. Vuyisile T. Msila
College of Graduate
Studies, Institute for African Renaissance Studies
South Africa, South Africa
2012 MPhil., Conflict Management,
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, SA
Ph.D., Education Management, Vista University, SA
M.A., Curriculum and Teaching, Michigan State University, USA
V., and Gumbo M.T. (Eds). (2016), Africanising the
curriculum: Indigenous perspectives and critical theories. Stellenbosch: Sun
V. (2015), Ubuntu: Shaping the current workplaces with (African) Wisdom.
V. (2015), Teacher readiness and ICT use in classrooms. Creative Education, 6:
Msila V. (2014), African Leadership Models in
Education: Sustaining Institutions through Ubuntu Leadership. The
V. (2014), Teacher unionism, school management and
leadership: a study of (Eastern Cape) schools in South Africa. Education, Management, Administration and
Leadership, 42(2): 259-274.
Msila V. (2014),
Critical Thinking in Open and Distance Learning Programmes: Lessons from
University of South Africa’s NPDE. Journal
of Social Sciences, 38(1):33-42.
Msila V. (2013), Reliving South Africa’s
apartheid history in a classroom: Using Vuyisile Mini’s protest songs. Creative
Education, 4, 12B: 51-57.
Msila V., and Setlhako A. (2013), Evaluation of Programs: Reading Carol H. Weiss. Universal Journal of
Educational Research, 1(4): 323-327.
Msila V. (2013),
Democratic education through the eyes of the poor: Appraising the
post-apartheid experience in South Africa. Universal Journal of Education
Research, 1 (3): 191-199.
Msila V. (2013), Obstacles and Opportunities in Women School Leadership: A Literature Study. International Journal of Educational
Sciences, 5(4): 463-470.
Msila V. (2013), Teacher-learners’ search for relevance:
Lessons from a principals’ leadership/management qualification in South Africa.
International Journal of Educational
Sciences, 5(4): 443-452.
Msila V. (2013), Stephen Biko’s Philosophy and
its Pedagogical Implications in South Africa. Creative Education, 4
Msila V. (2011), School management and the struggle for effective
schools. Africa Education Review,
Msila V. (2011), School choice – as if learners matter: black African
learners’ views on choosing schools in South Africa. Mevlana International Journal of Education, 1(1):1-14.
Msila V. (2011), “Mama does not speak that (language)
to me”: Indigenous languages, educational opportunity and black African
preschoolers. South African Journal of
Childhood Education, 1(1): 48-67.
Msila V. (2010), Rural school principals’ quest for effectiveness: lessons from
the field. Journal of Education,
Msila V. (2009), School
Choice and intra-township migration: Black parents scrambling for quality
education in South Africa. Journal of
Education, 46: 81-98.
Msila V. (2008), Ubuntu and School Leadership. Journal of Education. 44:67-84.
Last Updated: August, 2016