Now showing items 1-9 of 9

    • The textbook as conversational partner 

      Bakker, Terri; Eskell-Blokland, Linda; Ruane, Ilse (University of the Free State, 2010)
      English: Undergraduate teaching in psychology relies heavily on textbooks. Once the text- book has been selected, lecturers tend to relax. Modern textbooks include ready-made slides and test banks. All the information the ...
    • In search of a metaphor for the ever-eluding obligation of academic publishing 

      Hoffman, Lyzette (University of South Africa, 2010)
      English: Universities have an obligation to serve the community in producing knowledge. In addition, the investment of the government in tertiary education in the form of subsidies should be repaid by furthering scientific ...
    • Critical reflections on collecting class attendance registers in large psychology classes 

      Thatcher, Andrew; Rosenstein, David; Grootenhuis, Geertjie-Kieke; Haiden, Gillian (University of the Free State, 2010)
      English: The general impression among academic staff is that non- attendance of lectures is adversely affecting students’ academic performance. This study reflects on the impact of using data collectors to collect data on ...
    • Facilitating the emancipation of the learner 

      Van Deventer, Vasi (University of the Free State, 2010)
      English: Learner independency focuses on the learner’s ability to take responsibility for and to manage his/her learning processes. But this conceptualisation lacks an important component, namely the consideration of the ...
    • Reflective learning in training mental health practitioners 

      Roos, Vera; Kitching, Ansie (University of the Free State, 2010)
      English: This article explores the critical, collective reflections that promoted the learning process. Action research has been applied to gather data by means of observation, individual interviews and video recordings. ...
    • Preface 

      Louw, D. A.; Fouché, J. B. (University of the Free State, 2010)
      Abstract not available
    • Towards an appropriate pedagogy for community psychology: the University of South Africa experience 

      Fourie, Eduard; Segalo, Puleng; Terre Blanche, Martin (University of the Free State, 2010)
      English: This article describes a new approach to teaching community psychology. Rather than attempting to “transmit” a body of knowledge, students’ intellectual and creative abilities are drawn upon to recruit them for ...
    • Creating a culture of thinking? Reflections on teaching an undergraduate Critical Social Psychology course 

      Kiguwa, Peace; Canham, Hugo (University of the Free State, 2010)
      English: This article is a retrospective reflection on the experience of teaching a newly introduced third-year Critical Social Psychology course at the University of the Witwatersrand. Student evaluations and course ...
    • Teaching for transformation: the use of narrative metaphor to develop reflexive professionals 

      Sliep, Yvonne (University of the Free State, 2010)
      English: This article emphasises the importance of developing critical reflexivity in professionals. Higher education in South Africa is still shaped by socio-economic and political inequalities. This article suggests that ...