Since independence, one of the greatest worries of African states has
been how to maintain national cohesion amongst the multiplicity of ethnic
groups which characterize them. My aim in this paper is to show that,
The University of Pretoria, South Africa, presents a compulsory
undergraduate module, Community-based Project (code: JCP) in the
Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology. It
entails students ...
Harris, Karen Leigh; Van der Merwe, Ria(Yesterday & Today, 2020)
Historical thinking skills have become the mantra of the history profession.
The aims, objectives and outcomes of history classes and courses at both
secondary and tertiary level resonate with the inclusion of the skills ...
The reality of teaching History in government schools in South Africa
is that the subject is many times the “dumping ground” for students not
performing well in other subjects. Many learners are not in the subject ...
This article attempts to create a sport narrative of the Zonnebloem College
prior to 1950. The introduction provides a motivation for proceeding with
a decolonising format and lays out what the elements of such a ...
This article uses Bernstein’s pedagogic device as a framing heuristic
to trace the shifts in the South African school history curriculum from
1995 – 2019. The article focuses on how the instructional and regulative