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A comparative study on the impact of three academic development programmes at the University of Durban-Westville.
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The construction and use of an evaluation instrument to measure attainment of objectives in mathematics learning at senior secondary level.
This research aimed at measuring the extent to which a group of senior secondary pupils were attaining desirable cognitive objectives in mathematics. The summary of the design and procedures adopted in this study and the ...
Sir William H. Beaumont and the Natives Land Commission, 1913-1916.
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Some aspects of the nature and incidence of stuttering among Indian primary school children in Durban.
Stuttering has been a complex problem ever since the early history of man. It has been found to exist in some cultures to a greater extent than in others. In certain primitive cultures the phenomenon of stuttering was ...
'n Sosiaal-pedagogiese analise van die vryetydsbesteding van st. 8, 9 en leerlinge in Afrikaansmediumskole in Durban.
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Personality correlates to performance under stress in simulated chemical plant emergencies.
When a fault develops in a chemical plant process, the plant operator must identify the fault rapidly and take immediate corrective action. The interaction of process factors varies from fairly to highly complex (in extreme ...
A study of failure in school with special reference to Indian secondary education in Natal.
This is a study of the incidence of failure in Indian secondary education in Natal, in which academic performance was considered against the background of a number of variables such as socio-economic factors, family ...
Tonality in the first book of Debussy's preludes
This paper attempts to explore the extent to which Rudolph Reti's concepts of melodic and harmonic tonality are useful in describing Debussy's Preludes. It is hoped that this work will provide a basis for the examination ...
A study of some recent developments in primary education in England.
It has become a fairly common practice in Natal to borrow ideas from the English educational scene. No doubt this is to our advantage but perhaps not necessarily always so. It is possible that an idea is copied and pursued ...