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    • Dominant discourses of teachers in early childhood education 

      Ebrahim, H. B. (Faculty of Education, University of the Free State, 2010)
      This article examines the dominant discourses teachers in early childhood education (ECE) used to produce understandings of children and educational practice for them. Seven teachers from two early childhood centres in ...
    • Funds of knowledge and practice of early-childhood teachers in a disadvantaged context 

      Daries, Glynnis Elizabeth Sarah (University of the Free State, 2017-02)
      English: This study explored the under-researched field of Early Childhood Development teachers’ Funds of Knowledge and their daily practice in a disadvantaged context in urban Free State, South Africa. A paradigmatic mix ...
    • 'n Kreatiwiteitsprogram vir kleuters 

      Venter, Liezel (University of the Free State, 1998-11)
      English: The purpose of this study is the development of a creativity programme for pre-school children. What distinguishes this study from others, is that the implementation of the programme is not primarily aimed at ...
    • Making visible literacy as social practice in early childhood centres 

      Martin, Colwyn Deborah (University of the Free State, 2015)
      This study problematises early childhood teachers’ dominant discourses of literacy as social practice through a Foucauldian genealogical approach to discourse analysis. Consequently, the study is situated at the intersection ...
    • Perspectives and practices of 'stay-at-home mothers' in relation to the early literacy development of their children 

      Solomon, Belinda André (University of the Free State, 2009-11)
      The study operates under the belief that the period of early childhood is a critical time in the life of every individual; that it is crucial that a sound foundation is laid as far as a child’s early literacy development ...