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Mainstreaming climate smart technology adaptation in Msinga’s farmers’ everyday agricultural practices through university, smallholding farming community and government partnerships: the place and space for indigenous knowledge systems. (2020)This study adopted the Sustainable Livelihood Approaches (SLA) and the Quintuple Helix Innovation Model (QHIM) to explore the mainstreaming of climate smart technology adaptation in the everyday agricultural practices of ...
(2020)No abstract available.
(2019)With the fourth Industrial Revolution on our doorstep, Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) continue to have a major impact on our everyday living, and more so in education. There have been many initiatives ...
Exploring experiences of teachers leading teaching and learning in the era of advanced technology: a case study of teachers in two rural schools. (2020)The aim of the study was to explore the experiences of four teachers leading teaching and learning in the presence of technology in rural setting at UMkhanyakude district. This study aimed to understand how these teachers ...
The role of subject advisors in supporting teaching and learning: experiences of primary schools’ departmental heads. (2019)The purpose of this study was to explore the leadership role of Subject Advisors in supporting teaching and learning in primary schools. The study explored this role from the perspective of Departmental Heads as curriculum ...