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  1. The influence of school proprietors on the roles and responsibilities of school governing bodies in church-owned schools in Lesotho
    Nkanda, Ntoa David, 2018-07-13T06:43:43Z
    The focus of this case study inquiry was to explore the influence of school proprietors on the roles and responsibilities of the School Boards (SBs) in church-owned secondary schools in Maseru. The samples consisted of SBs chairpersons, school principals, parents’ representatives, and teachers’ repr ...
  2. A comparative study of European, Indian and Zulu school children in Natal as regards intelligence and learning and memory
    Van den Berg, C. G. (Coert Grobbelaar), 2018-07-13T09:07:22Z
    Some text in Zulu ...
  3. Towards quality science education through quality assurance in Johannesburg South district : South Africa
    Zisanhi, Daniel, 2018-07-13T10:00:39Z
    This study examined the nature of quality assurance frameworks in science education and the factors negatively affecting the quality of science education in the Johannesburg South district. The study explored the quality assurance practices, challenges that impede the attainment of quality science e ...
  4. The person-organization fit of accounting students: long term value change following an education intervention
    Ariail, Donald Lamar, 2018-07-13T13:24:43Z
    The accounting profession continually has problems with hiring and keeping qualified staff; and many accounting scandals have shown a lack of ethical behavior on the part of Certified Public Accountants (CPA). This suggest a misfit between those in the profession and the ethics that the profession s ...
  5. Marketing in the music industry : integrated marketing communications for South African Musicians in the 21st century
    Nel, Jessica Jane, 2018-07-13T13:34:13Z
    Musicians are cultural entrepreneurs, operating as human brands in the South African music industry. The ability to manage their brand effectively may give them an added advantage to compete successfully in this industry. This study sought to explore the integrated marketing communications (IMC) pra ...
  6. Managing learner behaviour of Grade 9 boys at a public fee paying secondary school in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal
    Luman, Christopher John, 2018-07-12T07:27:16Z
    The purpose of this study is to investigate how positive discipline of Grade 9 boys should be managed at a selected public fee paying school in KwaZulu-Natal and to determine how learner behaviour would improve through educators acting as mentors. Furthermore, how educators could assist in implement ...
  7. Effects of integrating GeoGebra into the teaching of linear functions on Grade 9 learners" achievement in Mopani district, Limpopo Province
    Mushipe, Melody, 2018-07-12T08:50:23Z
    One major challenge facing mathematics education in South Africa in general and Limpopo in particular, is learners’ underachievement and lack of motivation to learn the subject. Some studies have shown that one of the topics that learners dread is linear functions. Many teachers also find it diff ...
  8. Information communication technologies as a support mechanism for learners experiencing reading difficulties in full-service schools
    Mphahlele, Ramashego Shila Shorty, 2018-07-12T10:26:53Z
    Reading is an important skill that forms part of acquiring knowledge. It improves literacy levels, social skills, personal wellbeing and provides a sense of purpose. However, there are majority of learners experiencing reading difficulties around the world. The purpose of this study revolves around ...
  9. Investigating politeness among IsiZulu mother tongue and non-mother tongue speakers in higher education open distance learning environment
    Nene, Jabulani Owen, 2018-07-12T10:43:51Z
    This study aims to explore politeness shown by lecturers during tuition and student support conversations with the objective of promoting polite interactions between IsiZulu mother tongue and non-mother tongue speakers in higher education in South Africa. In particular, the study investigates the wa ...
  10. Learner performance and teaching in public secondary schools in Zambia : a critical study
    Haamoonga, Brenda Cynthia, 2018-07-11T09:12:59Z
    The study was primary undertaken to critically study the nature of learner performance and teaching in public secondary schools in Zambia, with a focus on four public, co-education, day schools in the Copperbelt region for the purposes of addressing the challenge of poor performance in the Grade ...