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TitleAn investigation into the attitudes, perceptions and factors affecting the implementation of the consumer studies teaching portfolio in the Western Cape Education Department.
AuthorCornelissen, Liezl Odette.
SubjectAssessment
Subject Assessment methods
Subject Attitudes
Subject Consumer Studies
Subject Learner
Subject Outcomes-based education
Subject Perceptions
Subject Teacher
Subject Teaching portfolio.
Date2008
TypeThesis and dissertation
FormatPdf
AbstractThe main objective of this study was to investigate the attitudes, perceptions and factors affecting the implementation of the Consumer Studies teaching portfolio in the Educational Management Developmental Centres (EMDCs) of the Western Cape Education Department (WCED). The sub-objectives were firstly to assess the teachers" attitudes toward the Consumer Studies teaching portfolio as an assessment tool. A second aim was to describe teachers&rsquo
Abstract perceptions of assessment methods in the Consumer Studies teaching portfolio, while a third was to identify the factors that affect the development of the said portfolio.
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