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A pedagogy of critical hope in South African Higher Education
How can discerning critical hope enable us to develop innovative forms of teaching, learning and social practices that begin to address issues of marginalization, privilege and access across different contexts? At this ...
Educator's pedagogy influencing the effective use of computers for teaching purposes in classrooms: Lessons learned from secondary schools in South Africa
(Academic Journals, 2010)
The use of computers in the classroom could allow both educators and learners to achieve new capabilities. There are underlying factors, however, that are obstructing the adoption rate of computer use for instructional ...
The practical in theory and the theoretical in practice: Facilitating integration in teaching and learning
(University of the Western Cape, 2006)
INTRODUCTION: The integration of theory and practice in student learning is a challenge faced by teachers in health science education, where the curriculum contains large sections of learning in clinical or fieldwork settings. ...
Undergraduate nurses reflections on Whatsapp use in improving primary health care education
(AOSIS Publishing, 2015)
BACKGROUND: The global use of mobile devices with their connectivity capacity, and integrated with the affordances of social media networks, provides a resource-rich platform for innovative student-directed learning ...
A survey of university students' perceptions of learning management systems in a low-resource setting using a technology acceptance model
(Wolters Kluwer Health Inc, 2015)
Learning management systems have been widely advocated for the support of distance learning. In low-resource settings, the uptake of these systems by students has been mixed. This study aimed to identify, through the use ...
The use of a wiki to facilitate collaborative learning in a South African physiotherapy department
(South African Society of Physiotherapy, 2012)
The dominant form of teaching in higher education remains the lecture, even though evidence suggests that it alone is inadequate to facilitate the development of the higher order thinking skills required in clinical practice. ...