Supplementary Test - Updated Date: 14 August 2020
Dear NUST Distance DTVET Students
Please note that a Supplementary Test is scheduled for all students that scored below than 50 % in their final mark.
Please see the dates below:
1. History of TVET (HTV510S) Monday, 24 August 2020 @ 17:00
2. Fundamentals of TVET Assessment & Moderation Tuesday, 25 August @ 17:00
3. Microteaching A (MCT510S) Thursday, 27 August @ 17:00
4. Psychology of Learning A (PSL510S) Friday, 28 August @ 17:00
5. Classroom and Workshop Management (CWM510S) Monday, 24 August 2020 @ 17:00
6. Professional Development and Practice (PDP610S) Thursday, 27 August @ 17:00
7. Microteaching B (MCB510S) Friday, 28 August 2020 @ 17:00
Please see on the list whether you do qualify for the Supplementary Test. Also note that this test is not meant to improve your marks and it is therefore important that only those that qualify for the test write the test.
Please contact me should you have any questions.
DEAR NUST DISTANCE CUS411S AND ICT521S STUDENTS - Updated Date: 14 August 2020
You have been identified to return to campus as a student with NO DEVICE, NO DATA. This means that you have either missed all assessments or any online tests. You are therefore required to do your assessments and to write tests as per the NO DEVICE, NO DATA COLL Assignment schedule COLL Test schedule. Both schedules will be shared with all identified students soon.
In addition, Face-to-face classes for those students who did not have access to connectivity will continue but through MS Teams, starting on the 22nd of August until September 2020. The number is not limited to 10 students per class or lab, but all safety measures should be adhered to. Take due note that wearing a mask is compulsory on campus and at all COLL Regional Centres. A see-through face shield is also permitted provided that a mask is worn together with the face shield.
STUDENT CREDIT DURING COVID-19 PERIOD
NUST would like to thank you for your patience and fortitude over the past months and are proud to call you our students. You have demonstrated significant resolve and fortitude in moving forward during the COVID-19 Pandemic and we trust you and your family are safe and well during this time.
INTERNAL MEMO: RETURN OF STUDENTS AND eASSESSMENT GUIDELINES FOR REMOTE TEACHING AND LEARNING DURING COVID‐19
The University will soon reach yet another milestone in meeting the challenges caused by the COVID‐19 pandemic when 4 Categories of our student cohort will return to campus on Monday, 22nd June 2020 as part of Phase I of the NUST Action Plan on the Return of Students.