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This book validates the claim that the process of reproduction of social inequalities in teacher education is not a perfect, static process, but on the contrary, the real "seeds of transformation" within teacher education departments are abundant.
This commemorative work marks the hundredth year in which law has been taught at the University in Pietermaritzburg. It details the history of the teaching of law in Pietermaritzburg, and gathers contributions from top academics connected in various ways with the Faculty in Pietermaritzburg.
A first of its kind, this book provides you everything you need to know about successfully navigating the grant writing process.
This is an annually updated presentation of each sovereign country in Nordic, Central and Southeastern Europe, past and present.
The reception year, before a child starts formal schooling in Grade 1, is critical in a child's development. It is in the Grade R year that the teacher has a unique opportunity to enhance the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values that will shape the child's later academic success. A high-quality Grade R programme is therefore very important.
Academic literacy is an essential tool to support the achievement of academic goals which in turn will lead to the accomplishment of personal and career goals. Academic literacy covers all the necessary academic skills and competencies for constructive and successful study.
This book is focused on the mentoring process, a popular higher education initiative that is often used to promote retention and academic success. The central purpose is to unveil the hidden curriculum and provide a blueprint for both students and teachers on how to navigate the institutional culture of higher education.
Suitable for teachers in higher education, this title covers key topics including: learning styles, assessment, lecturing, large & small group teaching, personal management skills, formative feedback, blended learning, resource based & online learning; & peer observation of teaching.
How is it that young Afrikaners, born at the time of MandelaÆs release from prison, hold firm views about a past they never lived, rigid ideas about black people and fatalistic thoughts about the future?
Synthesizing the best current knowledge on teacher professional development (PD), this handbook describes effective, innovative practices that are being used in schools today. Leading authorities present PD approaches that are instructive, reflective, active, collaborative, and substantive. The book explores the relationship of PD to adult learning theory, school leadership, district and state policy, the growth of professional learning communities, and the Common Core State Standards. Practical issues in implementing PD are addressed, as are strategies for measuring and sustaining successful programs. Each chapter concludes with thought-provoking discussion questions. The appendix provides eight illuminating case studies of PD initiatives in diverse schools.