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Exploring the personal and professional identities of special education teachers through small stories.
There have been numerous studies internationally and in South Africa that have explored the identities of teachers in ordinary schools. However, research on the identities of special education teachers is very limited. ...
Burning candles: Turkish Student Teachers’ Experiences of South African (Teacher) Education.
(Kamla-Raj Enterprises, 2011)
This paper uses a life history methodology to trace the experiences of a group of Turkish students who are training as teachers in the South African higher education system. It analyses the influence of culture, wider ...
Emergent frameworks of research teaching and learning in a cohort-based doctoral programme.
(University of the Free State, 2011)
This article argues that alternate models of doctoral research teaching and learning pedagogy could address the challenge of under-productivity of doctoral graduands in the South African higher education system. Present ...
Pre-vocational education: teaching experiences of novice pre-vocational teachers at pre-vocational school.
Pre-vocational education is the context in which the research was undertaken. The study explored how novice pre-vocational teachers experienced their teaching at one pre-vocational school. The literature review provided ...
The Other and I : Turkish teachers in South Africa.
Traditionally the analysis of school curriculum draws from the literature of ‘policy implementation analysis’. Instead, this paper focuses on a humanistic and socially responsive philosophy guiding curriculum action, ...
Shifting waves of teacher education policy in post-apartheid South Africa.
(Pearson Education, 2013)
Teaching English oral communication to isiZulu-speaking learners in a secondary school : a self-study.
The purpose of my self-study was to improve my teaching of English oral communication to IsiZulu-speaking learners. I was concerned because learners in the secondary school where I teach were underperforming in English ...
Teaching methods used by Grade One educators whilst developing reading skills.
This study is an exploration of teaching methods used by Grade One educators whilst developing reading skills at a school in Durban. The researcher has positioned herself within an Interpretivist paradigm in order to ...
Interpretation of the national curriculum statements policy from the macro level to the meso level.
The purpose of this study was to explore how the National Curriculum Statements (NCS) Policy was interpreted by two provinces -the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal - from the macro to the meso level. The study further ...
The nature of child participation in reception year (Grade R) in the Western Cape.
The aim of this thesis was to explore the nature of child participation in Grade R through focusing on five Grade R teachers and fifteen children (eight girls and seven boys) in three Grade R contexts in the urban area of ...