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The attitudes of primary school educators towards the South African policy of inclusive education.
Education policy in South Africa seems set to follow the international trend towards inclusion of learners with special education needs. [LSEN]. Research has shown that the attitudes of educators towards mainstreaming are ...
Being HIV and AIDS affected : how it affects the school life of an African female adolescent learner in KwaZulu-Natal.
The HlV and AIDS pandemic has affected millions of people worldwide. In 2004, statistics released by UNAlDS revealed that the number of people infected with HIV and AIDS had reached 42 million worldwide. Much has been ...
The effects of sexual harassment on rural secondary school female learners in Ndwedwe circuit, KZN.
Schools face a serious problem of sexual harassment inflicted on female
Negotiating roles and responsibilities in the context of decentralised school governance : case study of one cluster of schools in Zimbabwe.
On attaining independence in 1980, Zimbabwe invested heavily in its education system in order to redress the colonial inequalities and to 'grow it's own timber' in terms of the knowledge and skills desperately needed by ...
Factors that explain gender based-violence [sic] amongst secondary school learners in the Inanda area.
The prevalence of gender-based violence in South African schools has been identified by the research and the Department of Education has acknowledged its existence. However, little has been done to alleviate ...
Negotiated understandings of the academic literacy practices of tertiary educators.
This study explores the process that occurred between a group of language lecturers and disciplinary specialists at a tertiary institution in South Africa as they negotiated common understandings of an integrated approach ...
An investigation of whether the introduction of an e-mastery system for quantity surveying students at the Durban Institute of Technology improves key competencies.
Students' poor performance in the quantity surveying course at the Durban Institute of Technology appeared to be due to the lack of basic key competence in certain key areas such as mathematics and arithmetic. The students' ...
The application of computer technology in teaching technical subject [sic] : a case study comprising of educators at a further education and training (FET) college in Durban.
Many claims have been made in the literature about the motivational effects of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) on learners, leading them to have a positive perception towards their work, spend longer ...
Indian female youth perceptions of HIV and AIDS in their community.
This study explores the perceptions Indian female youth have of HIV and AIDS in the