Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa
Conseil pour le développement de la recherche en sciences sociales en Afrique
Conselho para o Desenvolvimento da Pesquisa em Ciências Sociais em África
مجلس تنمية البحوث الإجتماعية في أفريقيا
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Document(s)
⋄ 00 - Prelim
⋄ 01 - Editorial
⋄ 1 - Surpassing the Spectre of Impossibility: Ideational Impoverishment and the Quest for Sustainable Rural Learning Ecologies in Africa
⋄ 2 - Using Indigenous Games to Teach Problem-solving in Mathematics in Rural Learning Ecologies
⋄ 3 - Sustainable Rural Learning Ecologies: A Pathway to Acknowledging African Knowledge Systems in the Arena of Mainstream of Knowledge Production?
⋄ 4 - Exploring Strategies to Strengthen Continuing Professional Development of Teachers in Rural South Africa
⋄ 5 - An Investigation into the Effectiveness of the University Curriculum in Preparing Pre-service Technology Teachers
⋄ 6 - ‘From Cradle to Grave’: Transforming South Africa’s Learning Ecologies
⋄ 7 - Improving the Quality of Education Among Rural Learners Through the Use of Open and Flexible Approaches in Lesotho’s Secondary Schools
⋄ 8 - Transformative Autonomy: Mixed Notes from Teachers to Higher Education
⋄ 9 - School–University Partnerships for Professional Development of Teachers: A Case of Lesson Study Intervention in Mathematics
⋄ 10 - Strategies and Outcomes of Involving University Students in Community Engagement: An Adaptive Leadership Perspective
⋄ 11 - Creating Sustainable Learning Environments for Professional Curriculum Leadership through Information and Communication Technologies
⋄ 12 - Accounting Teacher Preparation: A Critical Accounting Perspective
⋄ 13 - Creating Effective Postgraduate Learning Environments: An Analysis of an Intervention from Realist Social Theory


Journal of Higher Education in Africa, Volume 13, n° 1 & n°2, 2015

Number of visits: 12173
00 - PrelimPDF210.2 kb
01 - EditorialPDF198.4 kb
1 - Surpassing the Spectre of Impossibility: Ideational Impoverishment and the Quest for Sustainable Rural Learning Ecologies in Africa

Ato Kwamena Onoma (1-20)

PDF323 kb
2 - Using Indigenous Games to Teach Problem-solving in Mathematics in Rural Learning Ecologies

Tshele John Moloi (21-32)

PDF704.6 kb
3 - Sustainable Rural Learning Ecologies: A Pathway to Acknowledging African Knowledge Systems in the Arena of Mainstream of Knowledge Production?

Milton M. Nkoane (33-44)

PDF281.9 kb
4 - Exploring Strategies to Strengthen Continuing Professional Development of Teachers in Rural South Africa

Cias T. Tsotetsi and Sechaba Mahlomaholo (45 - 74)

PDF611.3 kb
5 - An Investigation into the Effectiveness of the University Curriculum in Preparing Pre-service Technology Teachers

Sylvia M. Ramaligela, Ugorji I. Ogbonnaya and Andile Mji (75 - 88)

PDF261 kb
6 - ‘From Cradle to Grave’: Transforming South Africa’s Learning Ecologies

Lebusa Monyooe (89-110)

PDF372.9 kb
7 - Improving the Quality of Education Among Rural Learners Through the Use of Open and Flexible Approaches in Lesotho’s Secondary Schools

Thabiso Nyabanyaba (111-132)

PDF470.2 kb
8 - Transformative Autonomy: Mixed Notes from Teachers to Higher Education

Willy Nel (133-146)

PDF272.6 kb
9 - School–University Partnerships for Professional Development of Teachers: A Case of Lesson Study Intervention in Mathematics

Maleho D. Letloenyane and Loyiso C. Jita (147-168)

PDF425.4 kb
10 - Strategies and Outcomes of Involving University Students in Community Engagement: An Adaptive Leadership Perspective

Dipane Hlalele, Desiree Manicom, Julia Preece and Cias T. Tsotetsi (169-192)

PDF349.7 kb
11 - Creating Sustainable Learning Environments for Professional Curriculum Leadership through Information and Communication Technologies

Molaodi Tshelane and Sechaba Mahlomaholo (193-212)

PDF466.1 kb
12 - Accounting Teacher Preparation: A Critical Accounting Perspective

Makeresemese R. Qhosola (213-228)

PDF393.4 kb
13 - Creating Effective Postgraduate Learning Environments: An Analysis of an Intervention from Realist Social Theory

Sechaba Mahlomaholo (229-246)

PDF347.4 kb


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