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The dialectic between learning and teaching in a medical school.
Academic Support Programmes in South Africa are confronted with the seemingly impossible task of producing "programmes" which will assist growing numbers of Black students in their adaptation to the academic tasks. These ...
An investigation into how rural children with disabilities and their families in the Qwaqwa region experience their lives.
This study investigated how rural children with disabilities and their families in the Qwaqwa Region of the Free State province experience disability. The aim was to examine the various social, cultural, economic, and ...
Does limited English proficiency impact on schooling success for African learners? : a case study of a secondary school in Durban.
With the move towards multicultural education in South Africa, previously "whites only" schools now face the challenge of educating learners from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. This study examined the extent ...
An investigation of the role that high school teachers can play in reducing truancy in the Galeshewe area, with specific reference to Tlhomelang High School.
This research report looks into the factors that cause truancy among secondary school pupils. The aim is to establish ways in which the African Secondary School teachers can manage the problem. It is argued that the ...
A critical evaluation of academic support programmes at selected universities in South Africa : with reference to human resources development for the advancement of African leadership skills.
The study examines the evolution of academic support programmes (ASPs) at predominantly White universities in South Africa. The participating institutions include: University of the Witwatersrand, University of Natal, ...