Volume 13                                                    CONTENTS                                            2016


VOLUME 13, Number 1                                                                                                                                        APRIL 2016


 

SPECIAL VOLUME (NO. 5)

 

Social Justice, Human Rights and Inclusivity in Education

 

Andre Keet, Gregg Alexander and Willy Nel  

(Guest Editors)

 

Editorial

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Rouaan Maarman • A Capability View of Success in Quintile 1 Schools in South Africa

1-8

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.01.01

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June Monica Palmer and Desiree Pearl Larey • Pre-service Teachers’ Leading and Teaching for Social Justice

9-17

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.01.02

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Dionne van Reenen • Maintaining Plausible Deniability: Detecting Mechanisms of Subtle Discr- imination in a South African Higher Education Institution

18-31

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.01.03

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Anneline Keet • The Social Work Educator and Inclusivity:  Boundary Broker or Boundary Protector

32-41

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.01.04

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Christine Monaghan and Carol Anne Spreen • From Human Rights to Global Citizenship Education: Peace, Conflict and the Post-cold War Era

42-55

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.01.05

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Denise Polk and Ansie Kitching • Dreams to Possibilities: A Qualitative Research Study on the Personal and Career Dreams of a Group of Young South Africans Living in Contexts of Poverty

56-64

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.01.06

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Hlaviso A. Motlhaka • Paulo Freire’s Critical Pedagogy in the Classroom:  Promotion of Critical Thinking in South African English First Additional Language (FAL) Students

65-71

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.01.07

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Kevin Teise • Creating Safe and Well-organised Multicultural School Environments in South Africa through Restorative Discipline

72-81

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.01.08

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Thabang Queench, Sonwabo Stuurman and Allan Zinn • Students’ Understanding of Non-racialism and Citizenship Framings as Imperative for a Higher Education Transformative Agenda Based on Inclusivity and Social Justice: The Case of Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

82-93

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.01.09

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Tania Rauch van der Merwe, Shirley du Plooy and Motsaathebe Serekoane • The Implementation of Difficult Dialogues TM toward Transformation in Higher Education, South Africa:   Problematic and Potentialities

94-107  

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.01.10

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Felisa Tibbitts • Political Autobiography: Reflexive Inquiry in the Preparation of Social Justice Educators

108-117

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.01.11

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Gregg Alexander • A Reflections on the State of Multicultural Education in Historically White South African Schools

118-128

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.01.12

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Andre Keet and Willy Nel • Rights, Regulation and Recognition: Studying Student Leaders’ Experiences of Participation and Citizenship within a South African University

129-144

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.01.13

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VOLUME 13, Number 2                                                                                                                                           MAY 2016


 

Gokhan Acar, Muhammet Ozer, Ahmet Sahin, Mihriay Musa and Nuri Karabulut • Investigation into the Perception of Physical Education Teachers on the Ethical Climate in their Workplace

145-151

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.02.01

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Suleyman M. Yildiz • The Effect of Internal Marketing on Work Engagement of Academic Staff in Higher Educational Institutions

152-158

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.02.02

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N. Wadesango, M. Kurebwa and B. Wedhe • The Effects of Motivation on Pass Rate of Students

159-171

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.02.03

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J. Mathwasa and C.I.O. Okeke • Educators’ Perspectives on Fathers’ Participation in the Early Childhood Education of Their Children

172-185

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.02.04

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Kehdinga George Fomunyam • Student Teachers Negotiating the Teachers’ Professional Identity

186-193

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.02.05

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Vangeli Wiseman Gamede • Constraints to Effective Governance by the Parent Component of the SGBs in Rural South Africa

194-201

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.02.06

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S.A. Mulovhedzi and N.P. Mudzielwana  •  Importance of Teaching Leadership Skills in the  Foundation Phase

202-207

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.02.07

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Emely Muguwe  and T.D. Mushoriwa • An Analysis of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Provisions which are Available to Teachers in Regular Primary Schools to Ensure the Effective Teaching of Learners with Special Education Needs in Zimbabwe

208-220

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.02.08

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M. John, J.M. Molepo and M. Chirwa • How Do Learners Conceptualize Plane Mirror Reflection?  A Case Study of Grade 11 South African Learners

221-230

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.02.09

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Zwelithini Bongani Dhlamini  and Kakoma Luneta • Exploration of the Levels of Mathematical Proficiency Displayed by Grade 12 Learners in Responses to Matric Examinations

231-246

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.02.10

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Madoda Cekiso • Gender Differences in the Reading Comprehension of Grade Three Rural Learners in South Africa

247-254

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.02.11

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VOLUME 13, Number 3                                                                                                                                          June 2016


 

Adesegun Benedict Titus, Adekunle Babatunde Dada and Emmanuel O. Adu • School Location and Gender as Correlates of Students’ Academic Achievement in Economics

255-261

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.03.01

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Ayanyemi Adelani Kayode and Adelabu Olusesan Adeyem • Revitalization of Technical and Vocational Education for Youth Employment and Poverty Alleviation

262-270

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.03.02

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Judah P. Makonye • Mathematics Pedagogical Shifts through a Learning Study at an Initial Teacher Education Institution

271-275

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.03.03

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Khashane Stephen Malatji, Cosmas Maphosa and Mzuyanda Percival Mavuso • School Management Teams’ Experiences of Their Participation in School Management in Primary Schools of Mankweng Circuit in Limpopo Province

276-284

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.03.04

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John Wankah Foncha, Jane Francis Afungmeyu Abongdia and Tantaswa Mkohlwa • The Impact of English First Additional Language as Medium of Instruction on the Teaching of Mathematics in Schools

285-290

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.03.05

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Alfred Motalenyane Modise • Pedagogical Content Knowledge Challenges of Accounting Teachers

291-297

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.03.06

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Rosh Maharaj and Roger B. Mason • An Exploratory Critique of Action Learning in Higher Education in South Africa: Barriers and Challenges

298-309

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.03.07

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Symphorosa Rembe, Jenny Shumba and Mzuyanda Mavuso • Teaching Practice Purpose and Implementation: A Concept Paper

310-317

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.03.08

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E.N. Cishe and J. Tebekana • Factors within the School That Affect the Teaching of English Reading in the Foundation Phase (FP) Grade3

318-324

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.03.09

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Khetha Biyela, Duduzile Sibaya and Patrick Sibaya • Comparative Analysis of Mathematics Syllabi for Secondary School and Teacher Training Programs

325-334

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.03.10

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Watson Moffat Shorai Manduna • Evaluating the Effectiveness of Student Instructors (SI) at a South African University

335-341

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.03.11

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Gawie Schlebusch and Masese Mokhatle • Strategic Planning as a Management Tool for School Principals in Rural Schools in the Motheo District

342-348

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.03.12

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Micheal M. van Wyk • Jigsaw Pedagogy in Enhancing Economics Teachers’ Learning in Free State Secondary Schools

349-355

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/13.03.13

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Index

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