Now showing items 1-8 of 8
Certain the curriculum ; uncertain the practice : palliative care in context.
This study opens in a critical paradigm and explores the previously unheard experiences of caregivers who have been trained in and who practice palliative care in a context of rural African, isolated, profoundly impoverished ...
Tracking sporting excellence in a transforming society.
There was a time in South Africa’s history when the majority of its citizens was deprived of their basic human rights and experienced extreme racial divisiveness. Today the South African society has transformed from a ...
People and pedagogy : problem-based learning in the MBChB curriculum at UKZN medical school.
This study explores problem-based learning (PBL) as a form of pedagogy, and its interrelationships with the students, staff members and institution of the Medical Faculty at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Little has been ...
Reconceptualising adolescent literacies as textual assemblages.
This investigation is a case-study of adolescent literacy practices and some of the texts arising from them. Forty-five texts were initially analysed for their generic structure and semiotic composition from within the ...
"Raw" girls? A gender study at an urban co-educational high school.
Abstract not available.
The road safety education programme : a journey into the school curriculum.
This study's aim was to solicit the beliefs, attitudes and perceptions of the teachers to the implementation of the road safety education programme in the context of curriculum change in five primary schools in the ...
An ethnographic study of teenage pregnancy : femininities and motherhood among pregnant teenagers and teenage mothers at school in Inanda.
This study has focused on pregnancy and parenting of 10 African young women between the ages of 16 and 19, from one of Inanda schools. Drawing from ethnography, the study explores these young women's choices of boyfriends, ...
Experiences and practices of school principals in creating, leading and governing democratic schools.
A predominantly authoritarian nature of schooling is still evident internationally and nationally (Maitles & Deuchar, 2007; Harber, 2004; Grant, 2006). In accordance with the Constitution of South Africa, schools in this ...