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A realist assessment of the implementation of blended learning in a South African higher education context
(South African Association for Research and Development in Higher Education (SAARDHE), 2016)
Opportunities for further studies by working adults came under threat as the University of the Western Cape stopped the offering of after-hours classes in most of its Faculties. Unqualified and under-qualified librarians ...
What lies beneath: exploring the deeper purposes of feedback on student writing through considering disciplinary knowledge and knowers
(Taylor & Francis, 2017)
Feedback plays an integral role in students’ learning and development, as it is often the only personal communication that students have with tutors or lecturers about their own work. Yet, in spite of its integral role in ...
Enhancing an international perspective in public health teaching through formalized university partnerships
(Frontiers Media, 2017)
Teaching in the field of public health needs to employ a global perspective to account for the fact that public health problems and solutions have global determinants and implications as well. International university ...
First year learner nurses' perceptions of learning motivation in self-directed learning in a simulated skills laboratory at a higher education institution
Employing self-directed learning (SDL) methodologies, that are associated with improvement in the affective and psychomotor domains, could be advantageous to learner nurses. Despite the efforts to expose students to SDL ...
Undergraduate nurses’ experience of the family health assessment as a learning opportunity
(AOSIS OpenJournals, 2012)
The practice of community health nursing (CHN) may enhance the life experiences of families and communities, particularly amongst the poor and socially marginalised. CHN provides for a deeper understanding of the health ...
Debriefing interviews and coaching conversations: strategies to promote student reflexivity and action
(UNISA Press, 2011)
Without conscious will and engagement in critical reflexivity as a process of growth and learning in research, students remain unaware of their subjective biases and the effect of bias on the inquiry. A qualitative, ...
Perceptions of students and educators on the potential use of mobile devices in an undergraduate nursing module
Higher education is in the midst of an electronic transformative change cycle attributable to advancements in mobile technology. This transformative process took us from stationary desktop computers to laptop computers and ...
A cross-sectional survey to compare the competence of learners registered for the Baccalaureus Curationis programme using different learning approaches at the University of the Western Cape
(AOSIS OpenJournals, 2012)
The purpose of the study was to compare the extent to which the different teaching approaches applied in the Baccalaureus Curationis programme adequately prepare graduating learners for professional competence.
A framework for effective collaboration: a case study of collaboration in nursing education in the Western Cape, South Africa
A fundamental purpose of mergers between higher education institutions (HEIs) in 2002 was to enable sharing of scarce resources between more advanced universities and those historically disadvantaged by the apartheid ...
Evaluating blogging as a reflective strategy in a service-learning module for undergraduate nursing students
(Africa Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance, 2014)
Literature suggests that blogging has the potential to be a transformational technology for teaching and learning. It is claimed that blogging is a useful practice for development of higher-order learning skills, active, ...