Volume 14                                                CONTENTS                                          2016


VOLUME 14, Number 1, 2                                                                                                                    JULY, AUGUST 2016


 

Dada Adekunle Babatunde, Titus Adesegun Benedict and E. O. Adu Social Studies Teachers’ Perception of Concept of Integration  in Social Studies Curriculum

1-6

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.01

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A. K. Tugli, M. Mokonoto, N. J. Ramakuela and L. M. Netshikweta Inclusive Policy and Service Needs Survey among Students with Disabilities in an Institution of Higher Education

7-12

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.02

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D. Praveen Sam Natural Approach of Teaching English Language on a Flipped Classroom Platform to Tertiary Level Engineering Learners

13-18

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.03

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J.J. Thwala   A Comparative Study of Siswati Proverbs at Mjokwane and Manzolwandle High Schools: A Thematic Approach

19-26

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.04

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Ngwako Solomon Modiba When Expiry Date for Educational Mediocrity Dawns:  A Case of Three Selected Secondary Schools

27-36

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.05

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Juan Bornman, Dana K. Donohue, Nolette Maré and Shakila Dada Comparing Two Response Modes in a Mathematics Test for Learners in Foundation Phase with Severe Physical Disabilities: A South African Example

37-44

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.06

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Abbas Ertürk Analyzing of Organizational Trust in Secondary  Schools in Turkey

45-54

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.07

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Khashane Stephen Malatji, Cosmas Maphosa and Mzuyanda Percival Mavuso   The Views of School Management Teams on Self-reflection Practices: Towards Fulfillment of Management Functions

55-68

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.08

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Tshegofatso Phasha, Keshni Bipath and Johan Beckmann   Teachers’ Experiences Regarding Continuous Professional Development and the Curriculum Assessment Policy Statement

69-78

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.09

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Sybert Mutereko  and Fayth Ruffin  Using Performance Standards as Criteria to Measure Teacher Effectiveness in Post-apartheid South Africa

79-92

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.10

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Phineas Khazamula Chauke and Hlekani Muchazotida Kabiti  Teachers’ Perceptions on Agricultural Science Curriculum Evolvement, Infrastructure Provision and Quality Enhancement in Limpopo Province, South Africa

93-101

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.11

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Motshidisi A Lekhu Physical Science Teachers’ Self-efficacy Beliefs on Conducting Laboratory Experiments

102-109

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.12

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Khalida Akbar, Taahir Vajeth and Henry Wissink  The Relevance and Effectiveness of Learnership Programs in  South Africa: A Survey of Trainees from within a SETA

110-120

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.13

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Ezekiel Jide Fayomi and Ziska Fields Curriculum Contents Reform and Graduate Entrepreneurship Training in Nigerian Universities

121-129

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.14

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Vuyiswa Qila and Nonzukiso Tyilo  Perceptions of Educator-coordinators about the Administration of the National School Nutrition Program (NSNP) in South African Primary Schools

130-136

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.15

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Patricia Muhuro and S. M. Kang’ethe   Gaps Associated with the Timing of Students’ Orientation Programs in Two Institutions of Higher Learning in South Africa

137-144

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.16

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Zanele Ndlovu  and Deonarain Brijlall  Pre-service Mathematics Teachers’ Mental Constructions  of the Determinant Concept

145-156

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.17

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Moses Makgato  and Samuel Khoza  Difficulties Experienced by Pre-service Teachers and  Lecturers in Engineering Graphics and Design Course  at a University in South Africa

157-166

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.18

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T. S. Mashau, H. N. Mutshaeni and L. R. Kone Teacher Education: The South African Contex

167-173

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.1-2.19

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VOLUME 14, Number 3                                                                                                                        SEPTEMBER 2016


 

K. Giridharan and R. Raju Impact of Teaching Strategies: Demonstration and Lecture Strategies and Impact of Teacher Effect on Academic Achievement in Engineering Education

174-186

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.03.01

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Hisham Saad Zaghloul and Mohamed Desoky Rabeh The Impact of a Computer Graphics Program for Acquisition of Some Practical Media Skills for Mass Communicators in Media Schools

187-194

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.03.02

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Eunice Ndeto Ivala Educational Technology Training: Staff Development Approaches

195-204

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.03.03

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G.N. Shava and C. Ndebele Enhancing Learner Achievement through Effective School Leadership: Experiences from Selected Rural Schools in South Africa

205-216

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.03.04

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Asheena Singh-Pillay and Frank Appiah Technology Teachers’ Conception of the Design Process

217-224

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.03.05

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Adele L. Moodly and Melanie Drake University Teaching as a Profession:   A Holistic Approach to Continuous Development in South African Higher Education Institutions

225-232

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.03.06

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Robert M. Kajiita and Simon Kang’ethe Pertinent Pitfalls Associated with Provision of Education in South Africa with Examples from Eastern Cape Province:  A Literature Review

233-241

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.03.07

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R.J. (Nico) Botha and P.K. (Paul) Triegaardt The Perceptions of South African Classroom Teachers  with Regard  to the Role of Distributed Leadership in  School Improvement

242-250

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.03.08

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Tatenda Manomano, Perpetua Lum Tanyi and Simon Kang’ethe   Diverging Contours in Access to University Education in South Africa

251-255

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.03.16

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Cedric Bheki Mpungose Rationale of Teaching Physical Sciences Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement Content: Teachers’ Reflections

256-264

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.03.09

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Winston Hendricks, Nonnie Botha and Emmanuel O. Adu Collective Efficacy and Changes in the School Curriculum: South African Context

265-274

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.03.10

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Noorullah Shaikhnag, Thomas Edwin Buabeng Assan and Irene Madiala Loate A Psychoeducational Perspective of Discipline in Schools and the Abolishing of Corporal Punishment

275-283

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.03.11

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R.N. Marishane   and J. Motona Managing Teaching and Learning for Reading English  as a First Additional Language

284-293

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.03.12

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R.M. Mutambayi, A.S. Odeyemi, J.O. Ndege, Q.T. Mjoli and Y. Qin A Statistical Analysis of Students’ Attitudes Towards Statistics: A Case Study of Undergraduate Bachelor of Science Students at the University of Fort Hare

294-303

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.03.13

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P.J.H. Heeralal and T. Dhurumraj Factors that Contribute to Poor Learner Performance in Physical Sciences in KwaZulu-Natal Province with Special Reference to Schools in the Pinetown District

304-317

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.03.14

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S. M. Kang’ethe, Tatenda Manomano  and Moreblessing M. Ndonga    Exploring Factors Contributing to Crime and Violence in South African High Schools: The Case of 2008 Study on Nzululwazi High School in Alice Town, Eastern Cape, South Africa

318-324

DOI: 10.31901/24566322.2016/14.03.15

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Index

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