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Communicating Academic Development Practices in South African Universities

CosmasMaphosa((University of Fort Hare, South Africa)and Newman Wadesango(University of Limpopo, South Africa)

(Special Volume of Journal of Communication- No. 2)


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CONTENTS

Editorial

  1. Betty Breed • Applying the Elements of Cooperative Learning: Reported Influence on Self-directed Learning and View of Cooperative Learning
  2. DondoloVuyelwa and NkonkiVuyisile • First Year Students’ Perceptions of the Supplemental Instruction Programme
  3. Aubrey Golightly • Geography Student Tutors’ Perceptions and Experiences in Problem based Learning Tutorial Sessions
  4. Khashane Stephen Malatji • Moving away from Rote Learning in the University Classroom: The Use of Cooperative Learning to Maximise Students’ Critical Thinking in a Rural University of South Africa
  5. Lawrence Meda • Are We Helping Them to Pass or Setting Them up for Failure? Assessment Related Experiences of Partially Sighted Students
  6. Alnord L.D. Mwanza, George Moyo and CosmasMaphosa • Assuring the Quality of Mentoring in Malawi’s 1+1 Model of Initial Primary Teacher Education Programme: Implications for Teacher Development
  7. LufunoNetshifhefhe, VakeleNobongoza and CosmasMaphosa • Quality Assuring Teaching and Learning Processes in Higher Education: A Critical Appraisal
  8. NkonkiVuyisile, Ntlabathi Siyanda and MkonqoLuvuyo • Enablements and Impediments to Students’ Sustained Use of Blackboard in a Historically Disadvantaged Institution
  9. VuyisileNkonki • Lecturers’ Perspectives on the Effectiveness of Portfolio Assessment for a Professional Development Course
  10. AnniekieRavhudzulo • Towards Bridging the Teaching and Learning Gap in Qualification Design and Development for Sustainable Development in Open Distance Learning (ODL)
  11. NonhlanhlaZuma, TosinPopoola and Livingstone Makondo • Accessing Success through the Writing Centres at a University of Technology
  12. CosmasMaphosa and Newman Wadesango • Questioning ‘Questioning’: Examining the Use of Questioning As an Interactive Teaching Tool in Higher Education
  13. CosmasMaphosa and Newman Wadesango • Exploring Student-specific Factors Affecting PhD Theses Completion
  14. Lulekwa S. Baleni , Khashane S. Malatji and N. Wadesango • The Influence of Peer Tutoring on Students’ Performance in a South African University
  15. Khashane Stephen Malatji and CosmasMaphosa • Recognition of Prior Learning Practices in a South African Institution of Higher Learning: Implications for Academic Development
  16. SithulisiweBhebhe • The Connection between a Mentor and a Mentee in Higher Education: A Case of a Primary Teachers’ Training College in Zimbabwe
  17. Magda Kloppers and Marieta Jansen van Vuuren • Enhancing Critical Thinking Dispositions in the Mathematics Classroom through a Flipped Learning Approach

Guide to Contributors

List of Members of the Editorial Board

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