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Accountability to whom? For what? : teacher identity and the Force Field Model of teacher development.
(University of the Free State, 2008)
The rise of fundamentalism in the sphere of teacher education points to a swing back towards teachers as service workers for State agendas. Increasingly, teachers are expected to account for the outcomes of their practices. ...
An analysis of change in the management practices of school principals in the context of an external intervention from 1977 to 2000 : case study of the Imbewu project in the eastern Cape province.
This study focuses on a large-scale, foreign-funded education intervention, the Imbewu Project (IP). This project was funded by United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DfID) and was implemented in the ...
Exploring the emotional well-being of educators teaching learners with autism
The purpose of this research is to explore the perceptions of educators who teach learners with autism, on their own emotional well-being. The eight educators who participated were from special schools in KwaZulu-Natal. ...
Hospitality management students' understanding of and response to assignment feedback at a University of Technology.
This research is a case study investigating how students respond to formative assessment feedback. The study centres around gathering and analysing data on the way in which students perceive and interact with assignment ...
Varieties of recontextualisation in the implementation of the FET curriculum reform : a study of three schools in the Umzinyathi District KwaZulu-Natal.
This dissertation contains three schools used as the sample when conducting the study on curriculum reform implementation. This change in curriculum follows the change in the South African politics in 1994. The year 2006 ...
Child and youth care students' perceptions of active learning strategies at the Durban University of Technology.
This study explored the students' perceptions of active learning strategies in the Child and Youth Care Programme at the Durban University of Technology (DUT), KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The key focus of the study was ...
The use of educational video (EV) to facilitate learning of mathematics education in grade ten : a case study of two secondary schools in Durban KwaZulu-Natal province in South Africa.
The integration of technology into teaching and learning has come as new in education. It is a shifting of paradigm from one way of educational thinking to the other. Before entering their classrooms for the first time ...
Girls and boys in the early years : gender in an African Catholic primary school in Marianhill, Durban.
There is evidence that primary schools are important places where gender inequalities are prevalent. The aim of this study was to explore how gender relations amongst grade two boys and girls in an African junior primary ...
Parent's understanding of their school governance roles : perceptions of the school management teams (SMTs) and parents.
The study investigated perceptions of the School Management Teams (SMTs) and parents in the School Governing Bodies (SGBs) regarding the parents understanding of their roles. The South African Schools Act, 84 of 1996, ...
An investigation into the impact of a peer-driven model of teacher development : a case study of Ikhwezi.
Abstract not available.