Now showing items 1-6 of 6
A logical and structural thinking development tool (LST) to enhance fundamental problem-solving skills of learners of information technology
The role of information technology in modern education has increased significantly over the past two decades . The opportunity to develop an interactive software system with the aim of enhancing fundamental problem-solving ...
Dialogue among pre- and post-genetic revolution civilisations
The genetic revolution will have a profound impact on human society and therefore on the public policy environment. This article aims to describe the public policy paradigms and paradigm shifts that will determine the ...
Beyond the academic’s dilemma: Transdisciplinary and existential perspectives of re-enchantment
The purpose of this article is to stimulate debate about the developing paradoxes and dilemmas facing the university academic. This article argues that academics are increasingly being steeped in an inauthentic existence ...
HIV and AIDS knowledge of Pharmacy students at the University of Limpopo (Medunsa Campus)/Tshwane University of Technology before and after a teaching intervention
Healthcare workers need to be qualified to deal with the specific requirements of the HIV/AIDS syndrome, which demands technical and scientific knowledge and understanding of the disease. Adequate knowledge about HIV/AIDS ...
Thinking processes used by high-performing students in a computer programming task.
(North-West University, 2011)
Computer programmers must be able to understand programming source code and write programs that execute complex tasks to solve real-world problems. This article is a transdisciplinary study at the intersection of computer ...
First-year History Education students’ personal narratives of the history of South Africa
This article is based on a free writing exercise given to 31 first-year History Education students in which they were, asked to write ‘The history of South Africa according to me’. Using narrative enquiry, the stories of ...