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  1. Factors enabling and constraining the pedagogical integration of ICTs in a South African school.
    Seegobin, Tarishma, 2013-01-11T07:47:14Z
    As ICTs become more and more ubiquitous in institutions of education, schools are faced with the challenge of integrating ICTs pedagogically. More schools in South Africa have ICT resources available; however, their integration levels have not advanced at the rate that technology is progressing (Pan ...
  2. A (case) study of newly qualified teachers" experiences of support in a foundation phase literacy classroom.
    De Jong, Debbie, 2013-01-11T08:28:29Z
    This case study research explores the effects of emotional support on four newly qualified Foundation Phase teachers in their first year of teaching, and how this affects their ability to teach reading. The research is qualitative and draws on data from from four sources to construct and interpret t ...
  3. Academic freedom, institutional autonomy and public accountability : a case study of academics" and managers" perceptions of the National Review of the Master of Education Programme.
    Jogibhai, Kamal Bhagwandas, 2013-01-11T10:20:09Z
    Globalization has had an impact on higher education in South Africa. There is a growing emphasis on public accountability. Consequently there is a rise in quality assurance interventions like the national review of the M.Ed programme. Sometimes these quality assurance interventions are perceived as ...
  4. Investigating the software artwork creation process from an Agile perspective.
    Grotepass, Maria, 2013-01-14T07:04:53Z
    The software artwork creation process is investigated using interviews with the artists, Brogan Bunt, Pierre Proske, Nathaniel Stern, Joshua Goldberg and Pall Thayer. This research asks the questions: How do practising software artist experience their development process? How does this process co ...
  5. A study of the impact of Lesotho Highlands Water Project on residents of Khohlo-Ntso : is it too late for equitable benefit sharing?
    Letsebe, Phoebe Harward, 2013-01-14T07:46:27Z
    Large-scale water project development is one of the most contentious areas of infrastructure development, physically displacing an estimated 40 to 80 million people throughout the past century. Overwhelming evidence of the adverse socio-economic impacts on local communities resulting from large dam ...
  6. An initial analysis of the progress of the first cohort of the Targeting Talent Program (TTP) students at the University of the Witwatersrand in 2010.
    Gray, Anne Rosemary Tyldesley, 2013-01-14T09:19:46Z
    In 2007, the Student Equity and Talent Management Unit (SETMU) at the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) initiated a programme called the Targeting Talent Programme (TTP). One of the objectives of the TTP is to equip students to be successful at university. The first cohort of students consisted ...
  7. Perceptions of the use of a blended learning approach to improve student performance in web development courses in selected South African higher education institutions.
    Hungwe, Taurai, 2013-01-15T06:13:31Z
    A Blended Learning (BL) approach is an effective approach in integrating the face-to-face methodology and the use of information communication technologies into teaching and learning. Blended Learning provides students with the best practices from both rich traditional classroom practices to modern ...
  8. Black consciousness and non-racialism : contradictory or complementary?
    Thompson, Urlridge Ashford, 2013-01-15T07:19:06Z
    The Black Consciousness philosophy with its focus on black solidarity, the exclusion of whites from the black struggle for liberation, being consciously black and black self-determination, amongst some of the principles espoused by the Black Consciousness philosophy may prima-facie seem to be advoca ...
  9. Home range and resource use of sable antelope in the Okavango Delta
    Hensman, Michael C., 2013-01-15T12:55:01Z
    A thesis submitted to the Faculty of Science, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Masters in Science Centre for African Ecology, School of Plant Animal and Environmental Sciences, 2011. ...