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A diffractive reading of dialogical feedback through the political ethics of care
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
With regard to improving higher education feedback practices, there is an increasing interest in using the efficacy of dialogue rather than the more traditional unidirectional approaches. We build on this impetus by ...
Using the human capabilities approach as a normative framework to evaluate institutional teaching and learning interventions at UWC
This article uses the human capabilities approach to evaluate an institutional approach to teaching and learning at the University of the Western Cape (UWC). The human capabilities framework makes it possible to examine ...
Developing scholarship of teaching and learning through a community of enquiry
A growing interest in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) in higher education requires the seeking of opportunities for its development within and across disciplines and institutions. However, rewards for ...
Development of students’ academic literacies viewed through a political ethics of care lens
(South African Journal of Higher Education, 2018)
This article explores insights which the political ethics of care (Tronto 1993; 2013) offers to academic literacies development of students. Research on ethics of care has been conducted in contexts ranging from micro to ...
Relationship between student preparedness, learning experiences and agency: Perspectives from a South African university
(Health and Medical Publishing Group, 2016)
One of the more discernible needs that challenges universities is addressing the level of preparedness of students entering the higher education environment. Students expect to participate in active learning, while at the ...