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The use of emerging technologies for authentic learning: A South African study in higher education
It is now widely accepted that the transmission of disciplinary knowledge is insufficient to prepare students leaving higher education for the workplace. Authentic learning has been suggested as a way to bring the necessary ...
Diffracting socially just pedagogies through stained glass
(South African Association for Research and Development in Higher Education (SAARDHE), 2016)
This article emerges from our relationship with Theo Combrinck, a colleague, a passionate social and academic activist, a recovering addict and a PhD student, who left our living space during 2014 - a death that was ...
Power, democracy and technology: the potential dangers of care for teachers in higher education
(University of KwaZulu-Natal, 2015)
Internationally, there is a growing interest in the potential of care ethics as a useful normative framework to evaluate teaching and learning in higher education. However, to date there has been little engagement with ...
Transforming teaching with emerging technologies: Implications for higher education institutions
A gulf is widening between the technologies used by students, those used by educators and those provided by institutions. However, knowledge about the impact of so-called emerging technologies on learning or the readiness ...
Towards a shared understanding of emerging technologies: Experiences in a collaborative research project in South Africa
(The African Journal of Information Systems (AJIS), 2013)
While the practice of using educational technologies in Higher Education is increasingly common among educators, there is a paucity of research on innovative uses of emerging technologies to transform teaching and learning. ...