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An action research study of cooperative learning in a pre-service natural science course.
Cooperative learning (CL) research has gone through a series of phases representing different orientations of research. This inquiry uses action-research as a way of implementing cooperative learning in a pre-service science ...
Differential gene expression in germinating and thermoinhibited achenes of Tagetes minuta L.
When imbibed at their optimum germination temperature of 25°C, achenes of Tagetes minuta L. germinate over a period of approximately 48 h. At temperatures of between 35°C and 39°C, the achenes do not germinate but enter ...
Modelling and empirical characterisation of environmental degradation of FRP laminates in southern Africa.
As polymeric composite materials are being increasingly used in Southern Africa, there is a
The impact of a sugar by-products effluent on the beach Meiofauna at Sezela Beach, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Beach meiofauna were chosen as environmental indicators to investigate the impact of Illovo sugar by-products effluent. The effluent is pumped through a 20 cm diameter pipeline into surf zone at Sezela beach on the coast ...
Gender conflict amongst adolescents at the Rossburgh High School, Durban.
In 1998 the Faculty of Community and Development Disciplines (CADD) embarked on a project to prevent and reduce crime involving school children. A needs assessment was conducted in the three schools where the project was ...
Implementation in a policy networks setting : a case study of the Association for Rural Advancement's Implementation of the Farm Dwellers' Project from 1994 until today.
This research focuses on policy networks as a framework to analyse the implementation of the South African Land Reform (Labour Tenant) Act 3 of 1996 (LTA) and the Extension of Security of Tenure Act 62 of 1997 (ESTA) more ...
The role of traditional healers in the fight against HIV/AIDS : the case study of Tembisa Township, South Africa.
South Africa has a high HIV/AIDS prevalence. Due to the unavailability of antiretroviral drugs and South African’s trust in traditional healers for health problems, traditional healers are involved in treating HIV/AIDS. ...
The study of factors influencing teacher mobility in post-primary schools of Leribe, Lesotho.
One of the practices in post-primary schools of Leribe is teacher movement between schools (Teacher Mobility). This study was intended to determine factors influencing teacher mobility in Leribe post-primary schools in ...
The effects of nerve stimulation on pacemaking activities of biological tissues.
The effects on the cardiac cycle length of stimulating the vagus nerves with single supramaximal electrical shocks depended upon when they were stimulated during the cycle. A maximum prolongation of the cardiac cycle was ...
Dietary factors in overweight adults.
The often stated inability of many patients to lose weight or maintain weight reduction is a common complaint heard in general practice and the dietary reasons underlying the problem was studied. The study was carried out ...