Browsing Research Articles (Education Innovation) by Title

Browsing Research Articles (Education Innovation) by Title

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  • Roets, Lizeth; Janse van Rensburg, Elsie; Lubbe, Johanna (Makerere University Medical School, 2019-06)
    BACKGROUND : The aging academic cohort in the faculty of health sciences necessitates transfer of knowledge and skills as a crucial component of sustainability. Formal mentoring programmes at higher education institutions ...
  • Tekane, Rethabile; Louw, Ina; Potgieter, Marietjie (CSSALL Publishers, 2018)
    Student protests are a regular feature of the tertiary landscape. However, the disruptions and potential threat to the academic project at traditional universities can be partially mitigated by online teaching and learning. ...
  • Nsibande, Rejoice N.; Modiba, Maropeng M. (Routledge, 2011)
    The paper reports on a study that clarifies the nature and scope of the challenges experienced by primary school teachers in Swaziland when using Continuous Assessment (CA) as a tool to improve teaching and learning. ...
  • Naidoo, Ana; Naidoo, Ari (School of Education and Development (SETD) of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, 2011)
    This article aims to provide an understanding of challenges faced within higher education when responding to a national call to produce more students with master’s and doctor’s degrees. We focus on transformation within ...
  • Ogude, Nthabiseng Audrey; Kilfoil, W.R. (Wendy Ruth), 1952-; Du Plessis, Gerhard (Queensland University of Technology, 2012-03)
    A concerted institutional approach to improving student outcomes resulted in a facultybased, student-focussed model for student success at the University of Pretoria (UP). The student academic development and excellence ...
  • Matthee, Machdel C.; Turpin, Marita; Kriel, Dennis (Springer, 2017-11)
    This research reflects on the outcomes of a design thinking assignment given to first year Information Systems students. The assignment entailed the design and making of a corporate gift (or prototype thereof) by making ...
  • Blitz, J.J.; Van Rooyen, M.R.; Cameron, David A.; Pickworth, G.P.; Du Toit, Pieter Hertzog (Open Journals Systems, 2010-08)
    INTRODUCTION: A section of the undergraduate curriculum was revised due to consistently poor student evaluation. The chosen didactic method for achieving this change was reciprocal peer teaching. This innovation may have ...
  • Naidoo, Ana (Faculty of Education, University of the Free State, 2012-06)
    This article investigates the process of curriculum renewal in a faculty of education. I report on my own experiences as the initiator of the change to the Bachelor of Education curriculum. When colleges of education ...
  • Kritzinger, Angelique; Lemmens, Juan-Claude; Potgieter, Marietjie (American Society for Cell Biology, 2018-09-01)
    Higher education faces the challenge of high student attrition, which is especially disconcerting if associated with low participation rates, as is the case in South Africa. Recently, the use of learning analytics has ...
  • Isike, Christopher; Isike, Efe (University of Pretoria, Department of Political Sciences, 2018)
    Please read abstract in article.
  • Kilfoil, W.R. (Wendy Ruth), 1952- (Unisa Press, 2008)
    This article looks at the way in which people perceive learning and the impact of these perceptions on teaching methods within the context of learning development in distance education. The context could, in fact, be any ...
  • Nsibande, Rejoice N.; Garraway, James (Routledge, 2011-06)
    Formative evaluation and its associated methodology of reflection on practice are used extensively in academic staff development. In reflecting on formative evaluation processes in both more traditional and newer programmes ...
  • Pretorius, Gaby J.; Fresen, Jill Winifred; Marx, Alta S. (South African Association for Public Administration and Management, 2003-09)
    The Department of Telematic Learning and Education Innovation (TLEI) is a service department at the University of Pretoria, which assists and supports academic staff in education innovation projects. One of the many ...
  • Fresen, Jill Winifred (Educational Technology Publications, 2002-01)
    Are we meeting the needs of our learners? Are we fulfilling our vision of excellence in learning? How do we marry the theory of Quality Assurance with the services we offer, with particular reference to the web-supported ...
  • Boyd, Lesley G.; Fresen, Jill Winifred (Unisa Press, 2004)
    Whilst research on policy implementation concludes that ‘the principles of equity and quality have been steadily internalised by institutions’ (CHE 2003a), there has been a great deal of sometimes passionate dissent about ...
  • Nagel, Lynette; Blignaut, Anita Seugnet; Cronje, Johannes Christoffel (Taylor & Francis, 2009-03)
    The establishment of an online community is widely held as the most important prerequisite for successful course completion and depends on an interaction between a peer group and a facilitator. Beaudoin reasoned that online ...
  • Louw, Ina (Routledge, 2018)
    Tutorials/discussion classes are seen as an essential part of the teaching mix in the natural sciences, because that is where problems can be solved and course content is applied. Learning support provided by teaching ...
  • Wood, L.; Louw, Ina (Higher Education South Africa, 2018)
    Postgraduate supervision is most often perceived as a one-to-one relationship between an expert and a novice researcher. Even when working in groups, an instructional approach tends to dominate, where the supervisor(s) ...
  • Maree, David J.F.; Maree, Marinda; Collins, Charmaine (Elliot & Fitzpatrick, 2008)
    Please read abstract in article.
  • Le Roux, Ingrid; Nagel, Lynette (SpringerOpen, 2018-12)
    We describe a case study of a third-year undergraduate class in Enterprise Education. A blended learning design in the form of a flipped classroom with a duration of one semester, was explored in two cohorts. The question ...