Browsing Education by UP Author "Eloff, Irma F."

Browsing Education by UP Author "Eloff, Irma F."

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  • Moletsane, Mokgadi Kekae; Eloff, Irma F. (Psychological Society of South Africa, 2006-11)
    In this article the researchers describe the adjusted procedures that were developed in a study that focused on administering the Rorschach Comprehensive System (RCS) to young South African learners. Multiple case studies ...
  • Eloff, Irma F. (Unisa Press, 2016-08-21)
    This article presents an auto-ethnographic process of self-reflective writing during the transition period at the end of an academic deanship. As a career intervention strategy, the author adopted a self-guided process of ...
  • Eloff, Irma F. (Suid Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap & Kuns, 2011-06)
    In this article I reflect on three central theoretical constructs in the work of W.A. Landman. I unpack the constructs of understanding, trust and authority, conceptualized as pedagogical relationship structures by Landman, ...
  • Ebersohn, L. (Liesel); Eloff, Irma F. (Faculty of Education, University of Pretoria, 2002-07)
    This article explores the complexity of the inquiry process concerning South African children coping with the effects of HIV/AIDS. The aim is to start a debate on this issue and to review coping literature relating to ...
  • Meyer, Salome M.; Cronje, Johannes Christoffel; Eloff, Irma F. (Unisa Press, 2007)
    This article concentrates on the role that affective learning plays in e-learning. Understandably, personal contact is minimal in online learning so the question arises: How do students cope with the lack of personal ...
  • Swart, Estelle; Engelbrecht, Petra; Eloff, Irma F.; Pettipher, Raine; Oswald, Marietjie Magdalena (Faculty of Education, University of Johannesburg, 2004)
    Inclusive Education as outlined in the Education White Paper 6 is a response to the widespread social, economic and political changes in South Africa, as well as a means of establishing a caring, humane and egalitarian ...
  • Du Toit, Nina; Eloff, Irma F.; Moen, Melanie Carmen (Suid Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap & Kuns, 2014-06)
    Alhoewel die begrip inklusiewe onderwys en opleiding verwys na 'n relatief nuwe sisteem in Suid-Afrika, vorm dit 'n integrale deel van die breër onderwysondersteuningstelsel. Die skoolondersteuningspan verskaf ondersteuning ...
  • Ebersohn, L. (Liesel); Eloff, Irma F.; Finestone, Michelle; Van Dullemen, Ineke; Sikkema, Kathleen J.; Forsyth, Brian William Cameron (EASA, 2012)
    In this article we describe how using a visual, child-friendly measure of resilience in a randomised control trial (RCT), the Kgolo Mmogo (KM) project, resulted in representative insights on resilience in a mother-child ...
  • Eloff, Irma F.; Finestone, Michelle; Forsyth, Brian (Education Association of South Africa, 2016-05)
    A secondary study was conducted within a broader National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded longitudinal study on resilience in South African mothers and children affected by HIV/AIDS (Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired ...
  • Griessel-Roux, Estie; Ebersohn, L. (Liesel); Smit, Brigitte; Eloff, Irma F. (Education Association of South Africa, 2005)
    We describe how selected adolescent learners experience their current HIV / AIDS programmes in school. The rationale of the instrumental case study was that knowing, appreciating and understanding learners' preferences and ...
  • Gous, Jennifer Glenda; Eloff, Irma F.; Moen, Melanie Carmen (Routledge, 2014)
    Inclusive education has become a practice that has been adopted by many schools across the globe and most usually in first-world countries. As a whole-school system, it occurs less frequently in developing countries ...
  • Joubert, Ina; Ebersohn, L. (Liesel); Eloff, Irma F. (Sage, 2010-09)
    Children in South Africa are educated to identify with democratic values and democracy in post-apartheid society. As yet, we have no empirical evidence on their views on and identification with the new South African ...
  • Mohangi, Kesh; Ebersohn, L. (Liesel); Eloff, Irma F. (Elliot & Fitzpatrick, 2011)
    In this case study, we utilized a Resilience framework and Sense of Coherence theory to understand how a group of children coped while living in an institution as a consequence of HIV/AIDS. We followed a qualitative and ...
  • Ebersohn, L. (Liesel); Eloff, Irma F. (Education Association of South Africa, 2006-08)
    In this article we argue that the asset-based approach is one explanation for sustain ability in programmes supporting vulnerable children. We structure our argument by formulating five questions and then pursuing tentative ...
  • Eloff, Irma F.; Ebersohn, L. (Liesel) (Faculty of Education, University of Pretoria, 2001-10)
    The needs-based approach to intervention in the helping professions has come under increasing attack during recent years. In South Africa this has mainly been the result of the realities of the social context, but it also ...
  • Ebersohn, L. (Liesel); Loots, Mathilda Christina; Eloff, Irma F.; Ferreira, Ronel (Routledge, 2015-05)
    This article uses a South African case study to argue that postcolonial, emerging economy societies in transition often contain schools characterised as high risk and high need. Such schools require teachers to adapt to ...
  • Eloff, Irma F.; Engelbrecht, Petra; Swart, Estelle (Bureau for Scholarly Journals, 2002)
    Learners with physical disabilities have been entering mainstream schools for some years now. Whereas early research on inclusive education necessitated a strong focus on the needs of the learners, there has also been a ...
  • Eloff, Irma F.; Forsyth, Brian William Cameron; Finestone, Michelle; Ebersohn, L. (Liesel); Visser, M.J. (Maretha Johanna); Ferreira, Ronel; Boeving-Allen, Alex; Sikkema, Kathleen J. (Psychological Society of South Africa, 2011-03)
    The Kgolo Mmogo study is a randomised controlled intervention trial that examines the effectiveness of a group intervention to enhance resilience in HIV-infected South African mothers (N = 427) and their young children (N ...
  • Williams, Cheryl May; Eloff, Irma F. (Faculty of Education, University of Johannesburg, 2007-07)
    The focus of this article is on the positive emotional responses of mothers to children with learning difficulties. Initially, a narrative research design, within a constructivist and interpretivist paradigm,was used to ...
  • Ebersohn, L. (Liesel); Eloff, Irma F.; Swanepoel-Opper, Ancois (Faculty of Education, University of Johannesburg, 2010)
    This article describes an action research intervention to augment community-based volunteer counsellors’ support capacity. We conducted a case study with purposefully selected community-based volunteers (N=30). From a ...