Browsing Research Articles (Humanities Education) by Issue Date

Browsing Research Articles (Humanities Education) by Issue Date

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  • Vandeyar, Saloshna (Education Association of South Africa (EASA), 2003)
    An ideal form of multicultural education is one that not only recognizes and acknowledges diversity, practices tolerance and respect of human rights, but works to liberate cultures that have been subjugated. Such an education ...
  • Vandeyar, Saloshna; Killen, Roy (Faculty of Education, University of Pretoria, 2003-03)
    This article examines the extent to which outcomes-based education, Curriculum 2005 and the Revised National Curriculum Statement provide guidelines for assessment that are consistent with principles of high-quality ...
  • Becker, L.R.; Beukes, Lukas D.; Botha, Antoinette; Botha, A.C.; Botha, Jan Jakobus; Botha, M.; Cloete, Dina J.; Cloete, Johann L.; Coetzee, Corene; De Beer, L.J.; De Bruin, D.J.; De Jager, L.; De Villiers, J.J.R. (Rian); Du Toit, Cecilia Magdalena; Engelbrecht, Alta; Evans, Rinelle; Haupt, Maria Margaretha Catharina (Grietjie); Heyns, Danielle; Howatt, L.M.; Joubert, A.P.; Joubert, Ina; Niemann, A.C.; Phatudi, Nkidi Caroline; Randall, Elize; Rauscher, Willem Johannes; Rautenbach, W.C.; Scholtz, S.; Schultz, J.C.; Swart, Ronel; Van Aswegen, Hendrika Johanna; Van Heerden, Judith Cornelia (Judy); Van Vollenhoven, Willem J.; Van Wyk, Elmarie M.; Van Wyk, Johannes G.U.; Van der Walt, C.A.; Van der Westhuizen, Carol N.; Vermeulen, Dorette; Vorster, A. (Springer Verlag (Germany), 2004-09)
    In South Africa, recent government plans to change the institutional landscape of higher education have resulted in mergers of colleges into universities or technikons. The research reported in this article focuses solely ...
  • Vandeyar, Saloshna; Killen, Roy (Unisa Press and Taylor & Francis, 2006)
    The purpose of this study was to take the first steps in a long-term approach to helping South African teachers understand and respond to government demands that they change their assessment practices. Specifically, it ...
  • Jita, Loyiso C.; Vandeyar, Saloshna (Perspectives in Education, 2006-03)
    Based on life history accounts of two elementary school teachers in South Africa, this article examines the construction of two teachers' mathematics identities. In the article we juxtapose these identities with the identity ...
  • Vandeyar, Saloshna; Killen, Roy; Killen, L.R. (Elsevier, 2006-06)
    This study explored the state of desegregation and integration in South African schools 11 years after the demise of Apartheid. Three classrooms in three desegregating schools with different histories and race profiles ...
  • Vandeyar, Saloshna; Killen, Roy (Education Association of South Africa, 2007-02)
    The changes in post-apartheid South Africa have been accompanied by considerable changes in the education system. The most noticable include desegregation of schools, development of a National Qualifications Framework, ...
  • Du Toit, Pieter Hertzog; SAARDHE. Conference (2007 : University of Pretoria, South Africa) (Unisa Press, 2008)
    The focus on quality assurance allowed for a variety of interpretations from a macro and micro level point of view as is evident in the selected papers. Quality assurance per se has become very prominent in the context of ...
  • Vandeyar, Saloshna (Elsevier, 2008)
    This is an exploratory study on the nature and extent of racial integration in South African schools in the post-apartheid period. While there is vigilant media attention to occasional, dramatic incidents of racial conflict ...
  • Engelbrecht, Alta (Education Association of South Africa (EASA), 2008)
    History became a mere sub-section in the broad category of social sciences in the (then) new Curriculum 2005, significantly diluting it as a school subject. Yet the rewriting of South African history textbooks after the ...
  • Carstens, Adelia; Fletcher, Lizelle (South African Asociation for Language Teaching, 2009)
    In tertiary education settings it is imperative for students to move confidently between the academic discourses of a variety of disciplines. Thus, it is merited to aim writing interventions at genres that straddle ...
  • Vandeyar, Saloshna (A B Academic, 2009)
    This research study seeks to understand how a former Afrikaans medium school, named after a prominent president of the apartheid era and steeped within the proud traditions and customs of the Afrikaans culture, went against ...
  • Van der Westhuizen, Carol N.; Maree, J.G. (Kobus) (CRIMSA, 2009)
    The mass communication media in South Africa carry reports on violence in all its forms on an almost daily basis, while there are numerous examples of the wave of violence that is engulfing South Africa (SA) and impacting ...
  • Du Toit, Cecilia Magdalena; Bouwer, Cecilia, 1946-; Bouwer, A.C., 1946- (Faculty of Education, University of Pretoria, 2009-03)
    We report on a qualitative study that explored the influence of transitional factors on the reading practices of early adolescents in their progress from primary to secondary school. It is hypothesised that the measure ...
  • Holtzhausen, Natasja; Du Toit, Pieter Hertzog (Association of Teachers in Public Administration, 2009-11)
    The purpose of this article is to investigate the process of work-integrated learning in the Department of Public Administration and Management at Unisa for benchmarking implementation at their ‘comprehensive’ higher ...
  • Vandeyar, Saloshna (Unisa Press, 2010)
    This study set out to explore how academics construct and negotiate their identities within the world of the academe. Identity construction involves different forms of community participation and identification. Utilising ...
  • Van der Westhuizen, Carol N.; Maree, J.G. (Kobus) (A B Academic, 2010)
    No abstract available.
  • Bar-On, Reuven (Psychological Society of South Africa, 2010-03)
    Both “emotional intelligence” and “positive psychology” are rapidly becoming very visible, popular and important areas within psychology. This article suggests that emotional intelligence should be considered an integral ...
  • Engelbrecht, Alta (South African Association for Language Teaching, 2010-06)
    Based on the assumption that textbooks could hardly be free from prejudice, cultural stereotyping and marginalising of the ‘other’, the purpose of this article is to determine the extent to which the reigning social and ...
  • Vandeyar, Saloshna (EASA, 2010-08)
    Recognizing that teacher commitments are consequential for classroom practice, this study sets out to determine the extent to which the ethos of South African schools has been transformed towards integration in the truest ...