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  1. The transition from Oshikwanyama to English as a medium of instruction : a case study of a rural Namibian school
    Shilongo, Teressia N., 2007
    The study investigates how rural Grade 4 teachers and learners experience the transition from Oshikwanyama to English as a medium of instruction. The study was conducted at a rural school in Oshana region in northern Namibia. The research site and participants were purposefully selected. Grade 4 ...
  2. Research portfolio
    Shaanika, E.N., 2005
    This study is a contextual analysis and evaluation of the Arts-in-Culture curriculum at Ongwediva College of Education. Arts-in-Culture is one of the core subjects in the Basic Education Teacher Diploma (BETD)’s Broad Curriculum. At colleges such as Ongwediva, Caprivi and Rundu, student teachers stu ...
  3. Queens, pseudoqueens and laying workers : reproductive competition in the Cape Honeybee (Apis mellifera capensis Eschscholtz)
    Muerrle, Thomas Martin, 2008
    In honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) the queen monopolises reproduction. However, especially after queen loss, workers can lay eggs, but are unable to mate. They produce haploid male offspring (drones) from unfertilised eggs via arrhenotokous parthenogenesis. In contrast, workers of the honeybee subspec ...
  4. Harvesting strategies of fuelwood and kraalwood users at Machibi : identifying the driving factors and feedbacks
    Scheepers, Kelly, 2008
    Forest and woodland ecosystems provide a variety of natural resources such as fuelwood, brushwood and kraal posts to local communities, as well as possess important cultural and spiritual value. However, many forests and woodlands worldwide have been unsustainably used and managed. Thus, under pre ...
  5. An investigation into school principals" experience and perceptions of participative management
    Mungunda, Charles, 2004
    The purpose of this research was to investigate three principals’ perceptions and experience of participative management and to gain insight into and understanding of the dimensions involved in participative management from the perspective of the three principals. The research was conducted within t ...
  6. An investigation into school principals" experience and perceptions of participative management
    Mungunda, Charles, 2004
    The purpose of this research was to investigate three principals’ perceptions and experience of participative management and to gain insight into and understanding of the dimensions involved in participative management from the perspective of the three principals. The research was conducted within t ...
  7. The establishment of normative data on Xhosa-speaking high school learners using the ImPACT 3.0 programme
    Salman-Godlo, Noluthando Cikizwa, 2006
    Concussion is a common form of brain injury, especially amongst sports players of all age groups. ImPACT is a valid and reliable measure of a variety of cognitive functions commonly affected by such injuries, which allows for objective return-to-play decision making (Iverson, Lovell, & Collins, 20 ...
  8. An exploratory field study into schoolgirl pregnancies, with emphasis on the role the school can play in their prevention
    Kooverjee, Ishwar, 1992
    This piece of research explores the problem of schoolgirl pregnancies and suggests a role which the school might play in their prevention. Concern over the growing number of unplanned pregnancies under the age of eighteen years at the author"s school, culminated in the .present study. Experts on t ...
  9. Investigating systemic factors affecting science learning in Curriculum 2005 : case studies of two schools
    Wilkinson, Warren George, 1998
    The thesis illustrates the contention that an outcomes-based system with its underlying philosophy of social constructivism cannot operate effectively within a traditional school system. Restructuring of an institution is necessary to accommodate the outcomes-based system. Using the research instrum ...