Kofi Nseibo

Kofi Nseibo holds a Doctoral Degree in Disability Studies, Majoring in Inclusive Education from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. He also holds Master of Science Degree in Disability, Rehabilitation and Development studies from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana. Trained as a professional teacher, he taught for over 20 years in primary, secondary, and tertiary institutions across Ghana, South Africa, and Myanmar (in South-East Asia). After his Masters’ Degree programme, he worked with Edwenase Rehabilitation Centre in Kumasi, where he had field experience working among children with cerebral palsy, autism, visual impairment, mobility impairment etc. and then moved to Kumasi Metropolitan Education Directorate as a Circuit Supervisor on the rank Assistant Director II of Education. He is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at IDEA/UCT-University Research Committee. In addition to his contribution in the various research projects in the unit, he is the chair for the editorial committee working on an online-open textbook titled, “Disability Studies in Inclusive Education” His passion to support Inclusive Education for children with disabilities motivates him to undertake a voluntary role as a Disability Advisory Committee Member with Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO), United Kingdom.


Redesigning Blended Courses Using the Universal Design for Learning Framework: A Case of Disability Studies in an Education Short Course at the University of Cape Town
Kofi Nseibo, Chantal Samuels, Judith McKenzie, Janet Small, Amani Karisa, Lauren Butler, Kristin van Tonder. © 2023. 19 pages.
In striving to make education more inclusive to all students, partly because of the student protests and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on teaching and learning, the...