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  1. Learners" perceptions of creating a collaborative hypermedia product: an exploratory case study at Mount Pleasant Primary School
    Du Plessis, André, 2004, Rhodes University
    The Ministry of Education (SICTE, 2002) states that the widespread introduction of computers in schools should support Curriculum 2005 and that computer technology is part and parcel of making schools the center of community life. The vision is to establish Smart Schools: schools that are reinvented ...
  2. An organisation development intervention in a previously disadvantaged school in the Eastern Cape
    Mitchell, Pauline, 2005, Rhodes University
    “We often spend too much time coping with problems along our path that we forget why we are on that path” Peter Senge This study describes and analyses the implementation of Organisation Development (OD) to a previously disadvantaged school. OD is a relatively new method of planned change in South A ...
  3. The relationship between the development and use of teaching and learning support materials: the case of "A year of special days" booklet
    Urenje, Shepherd, 2006, Rhodes University
    This research is an interpretive case study, which investigated the relationship between the development and use of the teaching and learning support material, “A Year of Special Days”. An in depth investigation was conducted in South Africa and Zimbabwe where developers and users of the booklet wer ...
  4. Relationships between social marketing strategies and school participation in environmental competitions: a case study of Collect-a-Can"s annual schools competition
    Mathabathe, Andrew Tumishe, 2006, Rhodes University
    The South African formal education system has undergone many changes since the formulation of the White Paper on Education and Training in 1995. These developments challenge organisations that want to run successful programmes or projects in schools to adapt their social marketing strategies. Agains ...
  5. Research portfolio
    Shihako, Mathilde, 2005, Rhodes University
    This portfolio discusses various important aspects that affect teacher education. The portfolio has become an important tool for assessment in education. The research component of the masters" course that I attended is reflected in this portfolio. To complete this course several aspects were covered ...
  6. Research portfolio
    Shaanika, E N, 2006, Rhodes University
    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 ...
  7. A resource-based learning approach to professional development: the case of the ACEE (Rhodes University Advanced Certificate in Environmental Education)
    Agria Russo, Vladimir Kiluange, 2004, Rhodes University
    This interpretative case study derives and examines the characterising features of the resource-based learning approach used in the Rhodes University Advanced Certificate in Environmental Education (ACEE), particularly in Module 1 (Environment and Environmental Issues) and Module 3 (Contemporary Env ...
  8. The role of a principal in an academically successful farm school: a case study
    Nongauza, Anthony Davidson Mbulelo, 2005, Rhodes University
    This study looks at the various actions by the principal of a farm school in running an academically successful school. The study exposes the difficulties faced by farm schools and looks at how the principal confronts these difficulties and turn some of these into success stories. In trying to under ...
  9. School management team members" perceptions of their roles in managing Grahamstown secondary schools
    Tyala, Zakunzima, 2005, Rhodes University
    During the apartheid era, that is, before 1994, the education management system in South Africa was fragmented, authoritarian and top-down. Principals were expected to manage schools on their own without consulting the rest of the staff. The birth of political democracy in 1994 resulted in many chan ...
  10. Secondary school principals" perceptions and experience of management development programmes
    Madasi, Vuyelwa, 2005, Rhodes University
    Management development in educational contexts is a relatively recent development in South Africa. The Task Team Report on Education Management Development of 1996 drew pertinent attention to the need for education management development in South Africa, and set an agenda for such development. Since ...