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Die insluiting van ’n (multi-) kulturele komponent in die kurrikulum vir Afrikaans as addisionele taal
(AOSIS Publishing, 2001-11)
In this article the author pleads for a democratisation of Afrikaans as an additional language curriculum so that the teaching and learning of Afrikaans could contribute towards cross-cultural consciousness. Relevant ...
From ‘proofs without words’ to ‘proofs that explain’ in secondary mathematics
(AOSIS Publishing, 2007-06)
The purpose of this paper is to explore an epistemic role for visualisation with respect to proofs without words in secondary mathematics in the current South African education policy context. Visualisation as process and ...
Learning material in compliance with the Revised National Curriculum Statement: a dilemma
(AOSIS Publishing, 2005-10)
This paper reports on the challenges confronting a developer of mathematics learning material according to the Revised National Curriculum Statement of South Africa. The material development is based on the approach to ...
Veranderinge in skoolbiologie in Suid-Afrika na apartheid
(AOSIS Publishing, 2012-11-14)
The national curriculum frameworks for school biology (Life Sciences) have undergone several changes since the dismantling of apartheid. These changes have been characterised by pendulum swings between traditional academic ...
Pursuing a problematic-based curriculum approach for the sake of social justice
(University of KwaZulu-Natal, 2017)
This article envisions, and argues for, what I call a problematic-based curriculum approach (PBCA) in which students work with/on knowledge in relation to local lifeworld problems that matter. In the process, students ...
Decolonising, Africanising, indigenising and internationalising Curriculum Studies : Opportunities to (re)imagine the field
(University of KwaZulu-Natal, 2018)
In recent years the terms internationalisation, indigenising, decolonising, and Africanising have circulated in discourses on curriculum both internationally and in South Africa. Recent student protests in South Africa ...