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What mathematics education may prepare students for the society of the future?
(Springer Verlag, 2017)
This paper attempts to engage the field in a discussion about what mathematics is needed for students to engage in society, especially with an increase in technology and digitalization. In this respect, mathematics holds ...
Working the ‘in-between-spaces’ for transformation within the academy
(South African Journal of Education, 2018)
This paper considers the importance of ‘in-between spaces’ within the academy for challenging dominant institutional culture and hegemonic power relations towards a ‘de-colonised’ university. It questions ‘mainstreaming’ ...
The body as blind spot: Towards lived experience and a body-specific philosophy in education
(UNISA Press, 2018)
What do the philosophies of phenomenological scholars such as Husserl, Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty tell us about education in South Africa? How can we use the philosophies of these scholars to develop the minds of our ...
Activity theory as a lens to examine pre-service teachers' perceptions of learning and teaching of mathematics within an intervention programme
This study was prompted by concerns around mathematics teaching and learning in the South African education system. Contributory factors to this situation are the lack of competent mathematics teachers in the classroom ...
Creating ‘safe-ish’ learning spaces—attempts to practice an ethics of care
(South African Journal of Higher Education, 2018)
One way to approach the project of decolonising the university is to employ decolonising pedagogies, which allow the whole of people’s lived experience into teaching and learning spaces, affirm this experience as worthy ...