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Access to schooling spaces for my child with Down Syndrome : an autoethnography.
As part of the Indian diaspora whose ancestors were indentured labourers brought to South Africa to work in the sugar plantation (Mishra, 1996) with little scope for education, I repeatedly heard the expression ‘the only ...
Implementing the new and localised English language curriculum in rural school contexts in Swaziland: the case of the Lubombo Region.
The study explored the implementation of the new and localised Swaziland General Certificate of Secondary Education (SGCSE) English language curriculum in rural school contexts at senior secondary school level in the Lubombo ...
The social capital influences of land reform beneficiaries and communal farmers on satellite schools in Zimbabwe.
The aim of present study was to establish the social capital influences of the land reform beneficiaries and communal farmers on satellite schools in Zimbabwe. The study was motivated by the allocation of land through ...
On being a rural origin health care professional: lives, learnings and practice.
Rural origin health care professionals (HCPs) have been identified as those who are most likely to work in rural areas after graduation. However, there are significant challenges of access, selection and throughput for ...
Dynamics of implementing arts and culture programmes as a curriculum subject in Zimbabwe secondary schools.
Arts and Culture as a subject is a curriculum innovation that has been institutionalised in the Zimbabwe secondary schools through the Ministry of Education’s directives. Generally, the curriculum programme was introduced ...
Coping strategies and learning of Basotho women living with HIV and AIDS : a case study of a group of women belonging to Phelisanang Bophelong Association in the Leribe District.
This study in the field of Adult Education explores the coping strategies and learning of Basotho women living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and the acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). It investigates the ...
Exploration of factors that inform curriculum studies students to use e-resources in conducting Masters of Education dissertations at a South African university.
This study is an exploration of factors that inform Curriculum Studies students to use e-resources in conducting their Masters of Education dissertations at a South African university. With rapid developments in online ...
Responses of tertiary institution learners towards information, education and communication materials used to prevent HIV in Lesotho.
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Male herders in Lesotho : life history, identities and educational ambitions.
Lack of access to education in developing countries has been attributed to the high levels of poverty (UNESCO, 2012a). Additionally, the ever-changing escalation of the HIV and AIDS pandemic coupled with orphanhood have ...
SMT members’ perceptions of their role in the Continuous Professional Development of teachers in two schools in the Umgungundlovu District.
It is generally expected by those in the educational fraternity that members of the SMT contribute to the professional development of their teachers. Thus, this research study looked at the role played by members of the ...