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Conceptualising whole school development : examining the approaches of non-government organisations to school development in South Africa.
This study attempts to provide conceptual clarification around the concept of whole school development in South Africa. It does so through examining the approaches to school development of five non-government organisations ...
Empowerment through expression : the land dispossession story of the Marburg Black Lutheran community in KwaZulu-Natal.
Abstract not available.
Support structures and strategies used by adults to cope with distance learning.
I explored the support structures and strategies used by adults to cope with distance learning (DL). The Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) wished to become a world class university of excellence while students struggled to ...
The dental therapy curriculum : meeting needs and challenges for oral health care in South Africa.
This study reviews the three-year Bachelor of Dental Therapy curriculum, which was introduced at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in 1980. The dental therapist was introduced to the health care system during the apartheid ...
An APOS exploration of conceptual understanding of the chain rule in calculus by first year engineering students.
The main issue in this study is how students conceptualise mathematical learning in the context of calculus with specific reference to the chain rule. The study focuses on how students use the chain rule in finding derivatives ...
The teaching and assessment of English as second language in schools of the Natal Education Department : an evaluation.
No abstract available.
Diverse school contexts and novice teachers' professional development.
This study is an exploration of the influence of different school contexts on novice teachers’ professional development and learning. The study sought to understand and interpret how 1st year novice teachers who were exposed ...
African township high school boys' articulations of masculinity, sexuality and sexual risk in the age of HIV / AIDS.
The aim of this study was to explore African high school boys' articulations of masculinity, the meanings they give to their sexuality and risky sexual behaviours in the age of HIV/AIDS. The study focused on finding out ...
Teaching reading for meaning? : a case study of the initial teaching of reading in a mainstream South African school.
This case study examines the pedagogy of early reading in one mainstream (numerical norm) South African school. Existing research shows that there is reason for grave concern in South Africa regarding the reading achievements ...
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 ...