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Examining digital technology for (higher) education through action research and critical discourse analysis
The public understanding of scientific, economic, political and ethical issues is becoming increasingly important as students are confronted with socio-economic issues impacting their everyday lives. Grappling with these ...
Afrikaans as medium of instruction within a transformed higher education system in South Africa with special reference to Stellenbosch University
(Oxford University Press, 2013)
A key element in curriculum delivery is how knowledge is conceived, constructed and transmitted. It could be argued therefore, that the language by which the curriculum is transmitted is at the heart of the curriculum ...
Resistance and dissonance in higher education : on doing things differently
The historical inequalities and imbalances, so deeply embedded in the institutional structures and discourse of higher education, continue to haunt university spaces as these institutions continue to veer along the precipice ...