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Beyond the Garden of Eden: deep teacher professional development.
(Taylor & Francis., 2009)
Becoming a professional teacher is falsely understood to be a simple process: usually consisting of a transference of skills to execute classroom pedagogy or classroom management. This article begins by exploring the ...
Burning candles: Turkish Student Teachers’ Experiences of South African (Teacher) Education.
(Kamla-Raj Enterprises, 2011)
This paper uses a life history methodology to trace the experiences of a group of Turkish students who are training as teachers in the South African higher education system. It analyses the influence of culture, wider ...
Emergent frameworks of research teaching and learning in a cohort-based doctoral programme.
(University of the Free State, 2011)
This article argues that alternate models of doctoral research teaching and learning pedagogy could address the challenge of under-productivity of doctoral graduands in the South African higher education system. Present ...
The Other and I : Turkish teachers in South Africa.
Traditionally the analysis of school curriculum draws from the literature of ‘policy implementation analysis’. Instead, this paper focuses on a humanistic and socially responsive philosophy guiding curriculum action, ...
Shifting waves of teacher education policy in post-apartheid South Africa.
(Pearson Education, 2013)
De-colonising international collaboration: the University of KwaZulu-Natal-Mauritius Institute Education Cohort PhD Programme.
This paper explores the setting up of the partnership across the Mauritian and South African higher education contexts with respect to the development of a postgraduate PhD doctoral studies programme. The Mauritian ...
The Writing Centre: a site for discursive dialogue in Management studies.
(University of South Africa., 2015)
This article contributes to the ongoing conversation, in the South African Journal of Higher Education (SAJHE) and other journals, about academic literacy development in higher education. It reports on a small-scale ...
African Students who Excel in South African Higher Education: Retro(Pro)Spectivity and Co-Regulation of Learning.
(University of KwaZulu-Natal., 2015)
In addition to being more likely to fail and dropout, African students are also less likely to succeed academically, let alone excel while doing so. In a critical move against a dominant deficit, failure, and drop-out ...
Educational leadership: the audience creates the text.
(University of South Africa., 2014)
Alternative conceptions of educational leadership that challenge the performativity culture do not appear substantively to alter the trajectory of practitioner’s everyday choices. This article uses as data the responses ...
Critical dialogues with self: developing teacher identities and role.
Abstract available in PDF file.