Brattleboro Reformer Profiles New Students

The Saturday, September 27, issue of the Brattleboro Reformer profiled 3 of SIT’s new graduate students.  In an article entitled “Fresh Faces at SIT,” Fulbright scholar Moodiela Mathobela of South Africa, a student in the MA in Teaching, is featured.

A holder of two bachelor’s degrees from the University of Limpopo, in education and in curriculum development, he has taught secondary school and university students in South Africa and Tanzania.  In addition, he was a research analyst for UNICEF.  Besides English, he knows Afrikaans, Tswana, and Zulu.

Specially selected in a competitive process, he expects to further the Fulbright Commission’s goal to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries.  As a language teacher, he has placed himself at the center of intercultural understanding in an increasingly needful world.

The article is here and recommended reading!

Congratulations, Moodi!

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