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Difficulties experienced by educators implementing curriculum 2005 : a case study of grade seven Natural Science educators in a predominantly rural district of one region of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education.
The purpose of this study was to establish what difficulties Grade Seven educators were experiencing in the implementation of Curriculum 2005, a new national outcome-based curriculum with wide ranging aims. A ...
An investigation of the implementation on Grade 4 English integrated curriculum in selected schools in South Africa and Philippines : comparative study.
Integrated curriculum has received a great deal of attention in education settings and the word 'integration' in the integrated curriculum is viewed as a method of teaching and learning underpinned with the theory of ...
Reconceptualising history teachers' identities within the context of changing curriculum.
Teachers are considered by most policymakers and school change experts to be the centerpiece of educational change. Therefore, it is not surprising that many current educational reform efforts in South Africa are directed ...
A Bernsteinian description of the recontextualising process of the national curriculum statement from conceptualisation to realisation in the classroom.
The aim of this study is to describe the recontextualisation of the official pedagogical field, in the form of the National Curriculum Statement (NCS), in the Further Education and Training (FET) band. The study's focus ...