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Social justice and rural education in South Africa
(Faculty of Education, University of the Free State, 2012)
Social justice is undeniably grounded in efforts at circumventing provisions that seek to uphold ostracism and exclusionary practices which have permeated South Africa and many other societies worldwide for extensive periods ...
Judgement suspension as mediating agent between heteronormative bias and homosexual pedagogy: the role of the modernized Life Orientation teacher
(University of the Free State, 2015-07)
Article 1: The emotive nature of teaching sexuality during childhood is especially underscored with the stigmas attached to the teaching of sexuality. While sex and gender form a uniform part of the aims of social justice ...
Conversations among Black staff members at a historically White Afrikaans university campus on issues of race, social justice and reconciliation
(Faculty of Education, University of the Free State, 2012-09)
In an ethnographically designed study, guided by a critical community psychology framework, Black staff members at a historically White Afrikaans university campus conducted email conversations relating to issues of race, ...
Guided group reflections of first-year pre-service teachers: moving beyond the rhetoric of "go and reflect"
(Faculty of Education, University of the Free State, 2015)
In South Africa, pre-service teachers enter education programmes with diverse preunderstandings of the teaching profession. For some, their experiences are often naively divorced from a genuine understanding of how ...
Enhancing collaborative skills among members of the school governing body
(University of the Free State, 2016-06)
English: Of critical importance to this study, is the development of a framework which will harness the challenges of SGB collaborative skills which is informed by the fact that a dearth collaborative capacity of the ...