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Graduates' perceptions of an undergraduate optometry program at a tertiary institution : a qualitative study.
The aim of this study is to explore the views of recent optometry graduates, from the University of KwaZulu-Natal, towards the professional education and training program they had experienced. The optometry program aims ...
Exploring transformative learning within the context of healing and reconciliation : an action research project.
Churches have long been important sites of non-formal and informal learning and places of refuge and renewal during times of social upheaval in South Africa. They continue to provide a safe space in which people can be ...
The management of academic development programmes in tertiary institutions in South Africa.
This study is aimed at investigating how quality of teaching in higher educational institutions can be improved and how staff development programmes can play a role in the enhancement of the tertiary teaching profession. ...
The impact of an alternative approach to teaching in thermodynamics II using spreadsheets - a case study.
Since South Africa’s newly formed democratically elected Government in 1994 the face of South African education has changed across the board involving a paradigm shift from a content-based teacher-centred curriculum to ...
The effects of campus environment on student development at Masvingo State University in Zimbabwe.
The concept of campus environment and its implication to student development is important to any institution of higher learning and student affairs in particular.
Developing skills for the workplace : a comparison of students' and workplace supervisors' perceptions on the development of critical workplace skills in radiography training.
The motivation for this study was the comments by supervisors in the radiography workplace about the students' lack of critical skills when they went for experiential learning. Higher education institutions are required ...
An evaluation of the impact of alternative assessment methods on the first-year clinical technology students' performance and perceptions in Psychodynamics I.
Assessment is the single most powerful influence on student learning, and if it is not designed well, it can easily undermine the positive academic benefits of our teaching and learning. It is therefore important to regularly ...
Exploring my role as Head of Department : an autoethnography.
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Experiences of students with physical impairments studying at Durban Univerisity of Technology.
This document summarizes the results of an investigation into the experiences of students with physical impairments studying at Durban University of Technology. The purpose of the investigation is to understand how these ...
Using an academic literacy course in a first year educational programme to investigate àt risk' Technikon Natal students perceptions of learning, learning styles and use of learning strategies in relation to their achievement levels.
This research report is about a study into formerly Technikon Natal (now DIT) 'at risk' students' perceptions of learning (deep or surface), learning styles and use of self-regulating learning strategies (level of ...