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Die akademie in Suid-Afrika: 'n Vervullende professie
(Buro vir wetenskaplike tydskrifte / Potchefstroom, 2009)
Learners' perceptions as to what contributes to their school success: A case study
(Education Association of South Africa (EASA), 2010)
Morality as the substructure of social justice: religion in education as a case in point
(Educational Association of South Africa (EASA), 2011)
Moral issues and principles do not only emerge in cases of conflict among, for instance, religious communities or political parties; indeed they form the moral substructure of notions of social justice. During periods of ...
’n Gevallestudie van die bydrae van sendingonderwys tot die ontwikkeling van Afrika - omgekeerde spieëlbeeld van die stereotipiese uitbeelding in die literatuureerde spieëlbeeld van die stereotipiese uitbeelding in die literatuur
A case-study of the contribution of missionary education to the development of Africa - an inverse mirror-image of the stereo-typical depiction in the literature Scholarly literature, in general, depicts a predominantly ...
Teachers educators in South Africa: something amiss with their academic performance?
(University of KwaZulu Natal, 2010)
According to some observers, academics responsible for teacher education in South Africa and elsewhere traditionally have not enjoyed great esteem as academics from their colleagues in other disciplines and university ...
Effective and empowering communication as an aspect of the training and development of principals
(University of the Free State, 2012)
A school manager (principal, administrator, leader) should be keenly aware of the power relations and structures in a school, and also able to apply several communication skills effectively in a range of management contexts ...
Do ethics and morals really represent the best possible blueprints for the good life? Reflections on a possible pedagogy of discernment
(University of Zulia, 2015)
Making use of hermeneutic phenomenology and morality critique as methodological navigation points, this paper challenges the illusory prestige and power of normative orders in presenting themselves to every successive ...
Overcoming the achievement GAP: the perception of students in two historically disadvantaged South African school
(University of Zulia, 2015)
This paper reports on two historically disadvantaged South African schools who managed to overcome the perennial problem of the achievement gap (as measured by matric results) between the historically advantaged and the ...
The academic profession in the third world: a comparative study
(ATWS Association of Third World Studies, 2011)
Higher education, and by implication the academic profession as a core component thereof, fulfils an important function in twenty-first century society in terms of the establishment of a knowledge society. In Third World ...