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Physial space and transformation in higher education: the case of the University of the Free State
(University of the Free State, 2018-09)
The significance of space and objects in space on South African higher education campuses was brought to the fore during the 2015/16 student movements. The movements highlighted that official higher education policy and ...
Constructive feedback as a learning tool to enhance students’ self-regulation and performance in higher education
(Faculty of Education, University of the Free State, 2012)
If feedback is provided in a way that can develop students’ self-regulatory skills, it could enhance learning and, consequently, lead to improved performance. To improve teaching and learning in higher education (HE), ...
Attributes for economic and management sciences graduates entering the world of work: a curriculum perspective
(University of the Free State, 2014-12)
English: The study has been undertaken against the contextual background of a changing higher education and labour market. Global and national labour market requirements, trends and challenges such as economic pressure, ...
The role of traditional knowledge in acquisition of proficiency in academic English by students in a higher education institution: an autoethnographic study
(University of the Free State, 2012-11)
English: Using Sesotho traditional knowledge as a case, the aim of the inquiry was to gain an understanding of the role of traditional knowledge in academic English proficiency of higher education students from a ...
A staff development programme for merged and incorporated South African higher education institutions
(University of the Free State, 2003-11)
English: Mergers and incorporations in higher education institutions are a world-wide phenomenon. The reasons why higher education institutions merge are not different from those of companies in the corporate sector, ...
Early career women academics: a case study of working lives in a gendered institution
(University of the Free State, 2019-09)
This study was informed by my interest in a set of inter-related policy concerns about the academic profession in South Africa. Academic staff in South African universities remain predominantly white and male at senior ...