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Parental involvement in the development of reading among grade R children in an Indian community.
This ethnographic case study explores parental involvement in the development of Grade R children’s early reading in four Indian homes in a South African community. Existing research shows that there is reason for grave ...
Exploring the practices of leadership in the United Church of Christ Mission Schools in Zimbabwe : a historical case study.
The study explored the practices of leadership enacted by the School Management Teams in the United Church of Christ Mission Schools in Zimbabwe during the period 1995-2010. The research discussed the responses made by the ...
In the Mix: exploring urban Black Youth Culture in desegregated life sciences classrooms.
Through an anthropological approach, in the form of a focused-ethnography, this study explored urban Black youth culture (UBYC), in the life sciences classrooms of a desegregated former model C school. In the exploration ...
Professional learning of foundation phase teachers in the advanced certificate in teaching (Act) programme.
This is a case study of three Foundation Phase (FP) teachers enrolled on the Advanced Certificate in Teaching (ACT) programme. It explores what they learnt about teaching English as First Additional Language (EFAL) and how ...
Influence of new curriculum policies on mathematics teachers' work.
The focus of this study is teachers' work and in particular the work of mathematics teachers as they orientate themselves to each curriculum policy change. Since 1994, with the eradication of apartheid and the change to ...
Young adult understanding of citizen rights and responsibilities in the Lesotho context : implications for civic education.
In anticipation of proposed plans to revise the country’s twenty year old National Youth Policy, this study explored how young adults in Lesotho understand their citizenship rights and responsibilities and the implications ...