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  • Integration of theory and practice in Social Work: challenges and triumphs 

    Carelse, Shernaaz; Dykes, Glynnis (University of Stellenbosch, 2013)
    Introduction: Teaching (in any discipline) is rewarding when students show the required growth and development in terms of their knowledge, skills and attitude (within the social work context) (Kadushin & Harkness, 2002). ...
  • Learner perceptions of the introduction of computerassisted learning in mathematics at a peri-urban school in South Africa 

    Hartley, M. Shaheed; Treagust, M. David (Springer, 2014)
    This study responded to a national call to improve the outcomes in mathematics in the Grade 12 matriculation examination in South Africa by reporting learners’ perceptions of the introduction of computer-assisted learning ...
  • Making the most of teaching at the chairside 

    McMillan, Wendy (Wiley, 2011)
    This paper examines the chairside as an opportunity for teaching and learning. It sets out to understand how students learn in the dental clinic so that they can better be supported in their clinical learning. The paper ...
  • The Security imaginary: Explaining military isomorphism 

    Pretorius, Joelien (Sage, 2008)
    This article proposes the notion of a security imaginary as a heuristic tool for exploring military isomorphism (the phenomenon that weapons and military strategies begin to look the same across the world) at a time ...
  • The Technological culture of war 

    Pretorius, Joelien (Sage, 2008)
    The article proceeds from the argument that war is a social institution and not a historical inevitability of human interaction, that is, war can be “unlearned.” This process involves deconstructing/dismantling war as an ...