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Teacher as learner: a personal reflection on a short course for South African university educators
(Taylor & Francis, 2013)
Higher education is understood to play a critical role in ongoing processes of social transformation in post-apartheid South Africa through the production of graduates who are critical and engaged citizens. A key challenge ...
Travelling into the other’s world: South African pre-service teacher education students’ construction of difference, belonging and identity
(Stellenbosch University Library and Information Service, 2018)
Against the backdrop of continuing racism ‒ both overt and subtle – in South Africa’s classrooms, this article describes one lecturer’s attempt at facilitating conversations around race relations in South Africa with nine ...
The need for a new language? How historically disadvantaged institutions grapple with the effects of labelling in Higher Education: the case of the University of the Western Cape
(Taylor & Francis, 2017)
Tertiary institutions in South Africa have been dichotomised through the colonial structure and apartheid which sought to subjugate some institutions and elevate others. Not only have historically disadvantaged institutions ...