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Education, Disability and Violence

A.K. TUGLI, E.K. KLU AND N.J. RAMAKUELA (University of Venda, Thohoyandou, South Africa)

2015 • Pages: 182 • Size: 180x240 • Binding: Hard • Price: US $ 40/-RS. 1000/-

(Special Issue of International Journal of Educational Sciences - No. 4)


Education, Disability and Violence

This volume contains selected papers presented at the 2nd International Conference hosted by the School of Health Sciences, University of Venda (UNIVEN) from 01-03 July 2014. The theme of the conference was: Towards Achieving 2015 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) – Education, Disability and Violence. The aim of the conference was to re-sensitise participants of the need to work towards achieving the MDG goals. The conference also provided a platform for participants to learn from each other and share their experiences of how to make the biggest impact in improving the quality of life of people in the world. While this was the ultimate goal of the conference, there was an opportunity for participants to interact with colleagues from far and near and initiate networks for future collaborations.

CONTENTS

Editorial

  1. F. RAVHUHALI, A.P. KUTAME AND H.N. MUTSHAENI • Teachers’ Perceptions of the Impact of Continuing Professional Development on Promoting Quality Teaching and Learning
  2. A. RAMAANO, A. P. KUTAME, N. P. MUDZIELWANA, M. MALULEKE, T. MANYAGE, L. MABUZA,V. MBULAHENI AND F. RAVHUHALI • Coping with Learners Experiencing Reading Problems in Tshivenda in Grade Two in the Foundation Phase
  3. T. J. MUDAU H. N. MUTSHAENIAND T. RUNHARE • Educational Participation and Achievement of Teen Mothers: The Case of Vhembe District of the Limpopo Province, South Africa
  4. N.E. THENGA, H.N. MUTSHAENIAND T.S. MASHAU• Secondary School Learners’ Stress Coping Strategies
  5. P. KABURISE• Is Massification Producing the Desired Results for the Stakeholders in Tertiary Education in South Africa
  6. N.P. MUDZIELWANA • Student Teachers’ Reasons for Choosing Teaching as a Career: A Case Study of First Year Students from a Rural University
  7. T. MANYAGE, A. P. KUTAME, N.P. MUDZIELWANA, L. MABUZA, M. MALULEKE, A. RAMAANO, V. MBULAHENI, F. RAVHUHALI AND H. MUTSHAENI• The Role of Foundation Phase Educators in the Implementation of First Additional Language as Required by Curriculum Statement in Foundation Phase at Dzondo Circuit
  8. H.N. MUTSHAENI, T.P. MAFHARA, T.S. MASHAU AND L.R. MANWADU • The Scholastic Performance of Adolescent Pregnant Learners
  9. P.E. MATSHIDZE, E.K. KLU, A.K. TUGLI AND N.J. RAMAKUELA• The Involvement of Governing Bodies in School Administration in the Vhembe District, Thulamela Municipality: The Realities on the Ground
  10. S.J. MPHONGOSHE, N.O. MABUNDA, E.K. KLU, A.K. TUGLIAND P. MATSHIDZE• Stakeholders’ Perception and Experience of Inclusive Education: A Case of a Further Education and Training College in South Africa
  11. MAHLASELA ANNAH RAKHUDU • Use of Problem Based Scenarios to Prepare Nursing Students to Address Quality Improvement in Health Care Unit: North West University Experience
  12. L.B. KHOZA• The Influence of Emotional Behaviour on Teacher-Student Relationship in the Classroom Setting: Nurse Teacher-Student Nurse Perspective
  13. N. S. SEBOPETSA, N. F. LITSHANI AND N. P. MUDZIELWANA• The Role of the Principal in Restoring the Culture of Teaching and Learning in Dysfunctional Schools
  14. A. K. Tugli• Extra-curricular Encounters and Needs in the Learning Environment: The Case of Students with Disabilities at University of Venda
  15. A. K. TUGLI • Investigating Violence-related Behaviors among Learners in Rural Schools in South Africa
  16. S.A. MULOVHEDZI, D.T. NGOBELI AND N.P. MUDZIELWANA• The Effects of Second Language as a Medium of Instruction on Pre-school Learners
  17. PILOT MUDHOVOZI• Bullies and Victims at a Public Secondary School: The Teachers’ Perspective
  18. PILOT MUDHOVOZI • Lifestyle Inclinations in Undergraduate Students’ Choice of Psychology Degree
  19. PILOT MUDHOVOZI• Exploring the Underrepresentation of Men in the Psychology Degree Programme
  20. R. NAIDOO, A. SINGH AND H. CASSIM• A Whole School Development Paradigm in Inclusive Education: A Case Study in the Vhembe and Umlazi Districts
  21. M.S. MAPUTLE, R.T. LEBESE AND L.B. KHOZA • Perceived Challenges Faced by Mothers of Pregnant Teenagers who are Attending a Particular School in Mopani District, Limpopo Province, South Africa
  22. A. P. KUTAME, F. RAVHUHALI, H. N. MUTSHAENI AND M. MALULEKE• Teaching Strategies for Rural Dysfunctional Schools: Can Teachers Make a Difference?
  23. G. S. K. ADIKAAND E. K. KLU• Exploring the Interface between Scientific Diction and Literacy Through an Analysis of LadéWosornu’s “Chemistry” and “The Street”
  24. L. M. P. MULAUDZI, E. K. KLUAND N.J. RAMAKUELA• Assessment of Functional Literacy amongst Non-profit Organisation Coordinators in Sibasa, Limpopo
  25. G. S. K ADIKAAND E. K KLU • The Use or Misuse of the Relative Clause as a Modifier: A Case of Two Ghanaian Newspapers
  26. E.K. KLU, R.M. MAKHWATHANA, L.M.P. MULAUDZI, M.J. MALULEKE,M.R.M. MOLEFE ANDP.E. MATSHIDZE• Curriculum Leadership in the Terrain of Curriculum Changes: A Case of Primary School Principals in Vhumbedzi Circuit in Limpopo, South Africa

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