- Ph.D. University of Utah
- M.Ed., Harvard University
- Senior Secondary Teacher’s Diploma, University of Zululand (South Africa)
- B.Paed., University of Zululand (South Africa)
- B.Ed., University of Zululand (South Africa)
- African Studies Association
- Council for Exceptional Children
Nkabinde, Z. P. (2013). A Tale of Two Worlds: A South African Educator’s Journey in theAmerican Academy. In I. Harushimana, C. Ikpeze, & S. Mthethwa – Sommers (Eds.), Reprocessing Race, Language and Ability: African-Born Educators and Students in Transnational America ( pp. 74-88). New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing Inc.
Nkabinde, Z. P. (2013). Information and computer technology for individuals with autism. In N.R. Silton (Ed.), Innovative Technologies to Benefit Children with Autism (in press).
Nkabinde, Z.P., Obiakor, F. E., Offor, M. T., Smith, D. J. (2010). Educating students with physical disabilities. International Encyclopedia of Education, 2, 640-645. Oxford: Elsevier.
Nkabinde, Z. P. (2010). Living with triple marginality in America’s teacher preparation programs. In F.E. Obiakor, P. Grant & S. O. Obi (Eds.), Voices of Foreign Born African American Teacher Educators ( pp.41-53). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
Nkabinde, Z. P. (2010). In pursuit of equality in American higher education: A reality or myth. Multicultural Learning and Teaching, 5 (1), 12-21.
Nkabinde, Z. P. (2009). Using assistive technology to educate students with developmental disabilities and autism. In S. Burkhardt, F. E. Obiakor, A. F. Rotatori (Eds.), Advances in Special Education, Vol. 18 (pp.273-285). United Kingdom: Emerald JAI.
Nkabinde, Z.P. (2005). Learning Communities: Definitions and Determiners.Theories and Practices In Supervision and Curriculum.Utah Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, XVI, 22-24.
Nkabinde, Z. P. (2005). Junior High School Teachers’ Perceptions of Inclusive Schooling for Children with Behavior Disorders in the United States. Journal of International Special Needs Education, 8, 27-31.
Nkabinde, Z. (2004). Contributions of Climate to Success. Utah Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, XV, 49-51.
Nkabinde, Z. (2004). Caught Between two Cultures: Coming to terms with being an Immigrant Scholar in U.S. Higher Education. In M.V. Alfred & R. Swaminathan (Eds.), Immigrant Women of the Academy: Negotiating Boundaries, Crossing Borders in higher Education (pp. 37-58. Hauppauge: New York : Nova Science Publishers.
Nkabinde, Z. (2004). The role of African languages in the 21st century: The case of South Africa. In J.U. Gordon (Ed.), African Studies for the 21st Century (pp.115-123). Hauppauuge, New York: Nova Science Publishers.
Nkabinde, Z. (2003). “My Experiences as a Growing Scholar in U.S. Higher Education.” In F. E. Obiakor & J. U. Gordon (Eds.), African Perspectives in American Higher Education: Invisible Voices ( pp. 117-125). Hauppauge, New York: Nova Science Publishers.
Nkabinde, Z. P. (1998). Junior high school teachers’ perceptions of inclusive schooling for children with behavior disorders. Unpublished Dissertation. Salt Lake City, Utah: The University of Utah.
Gwalla-Ogisi, N., Nkabinde, Z., & Rodriquez, L. (1998). The social context of the special education debate in South Africa. European Journal of Special Needs Education,1 (13), 72-85.
Nkabinde, Z. P. (1997). A book titled: An analysis of educational challenges in the New South Africa. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America.
Nkabinde, Z.P. and Ngwenya, T. P. (1995). Interviews with African parents of children with disabilities in South Africa. The Negro Educational Review, XLVI, (3-4), 95-102. July – October.
- NJCU African Student Organization Advisor Award, 2007-2008
Meet and greet the authors: An author’s reflection on writing routines. Presented at New Jersey City University in October 14, 2013.
A Tale of Two Worlds: A South African-Born Educator’s Journey in the American Academy. A paper presented at the 56th Annual Meeting of African Studies Association in Baltimore, MD in November, 21-24, 2013.
“Eliminating Harmful Social and Cultural Practices affecting Children.” Invited as a panelist for the International Day of the African Child at the United Nations, New York on June 14, 2013.
Developing support services for African adults with disabilities in Southern Africa. A paper to be co-presented at the Council for Exceptional Children Convention, April 18-21, 2007, to be held in Louisville, Kentucky.
Panelist at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Hackensack, New Jersey. The event topic of discussion was: Oprah Winfrey’s Leadership School for girls in South Africa. The event was held in April 9, 2007.
Co-presenter at the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders 7th Biennial International Conference held in Dallas, Texas, October 4-6, 2007. The topic presentation was: Empowering Parents and Community Members in the Educational Process of Elementary School-age from Culturally, Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds. Presenters were Dr. Gathogo Mukuria and Dr. Zandile P. Nkabinde.
International students as a resource. Served as a moderator at the New Jersey Global Educators 8th Annual International Education Conference, October 26, 2007, held at Ocean County College, New Jersey.
Survey of Early Childhood Special Education Graduates: Voices from the field. A paper presented at the 13th Biennial Conference which was held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada in July 7-11, 2013.
Special Education in Post-Apartheid South Africa. A paper presented at the International Association of Special Education 12th Biennial Conference in Windhoek, Namibia in July 11, 2011.
Address made at Mangosuthu University of Technology in South Africa, Monday, August 22, 2011. The presentation was on how to improve education in African schools.
- Senior Secondary Teacher’s Diploma (South Africa)
Research about inclusion for children with behavior disorders High stake testing and its impact on minorities and persons with disabilities Empowering parents of special needs children from culturally diverse backgrounds Interested in the investigation of effective instruction for students with behavior disorders International special education Emerging interventions for students with autism
- Behavior Disorders In Children
- Curr Modif Tch Cultu/Ling Stds
- EC/SP Student Teach Intern
- ECSP Internship
- Early Child Educ Internship
- Early Child Fld Exp II
- Early Childhood Internship
- Help Excep Chld&Yth Reg Class
- Independent Study In Education
- Intro To Learning Disabilities
- Jr. Fld Exp Special Educ
- Lifespan Asses Care&Ed Hndcapp
- Psych Of Mental Retardation