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Transnational experiences of teacher leadership: narratives of South African expatriate teachers. (2022)Over the past two decades, teacher migration has become popular amongst South African teachers. South African teachers are leaving their home country to go to the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) country schools owing to ...
Exploring social and emotional learning in a grade 4 classroom: a teacher’s self-study. (2020)I am a teacher at a primary school in South Africa. This thesis presents a self-study project exploring social and emotional learning in my personal history and my Grade 4 classroom. I wanted to discover ways of improving ...
Theatre roots, learning routes: educating through formal theatre productions in higher education – a self-study. (2021)My study grew out of a desire to root my research in my creative practice as both drama lecturer and director of formal theatre productions in higher learning institutions. From my own lived experience, I knew that ...
Work-life balance experiences during COVID-19: a case of academics at a South African university. (2021)The primary goal of dissertation is to understand, examine and analyze the effects of the COVID- 19 lockdown on academics who are working remotely from home. In other words, using remote work from home as a case study, ...
The burden of affliction: a literary analysis of representations of HIV-positive women and girls in selected southern african texts. (2022)This thesis proceeds from the understanding that literature is the mirror of society, reflecting problematic features, failures to provide social justice, and attempts to live with dignity and hope. Statistics show that ...