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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 ...
Producing relevant medical education through community-engaged scholarship
Some African higher education institutions (HEIs) were founded on the notion that they would serve the specific needs of African communities. Other HEIs have borrowed the concept of community-engaged scholarship (CES) from ...
Dissent, disruption, decolonization: South African student protests 1968 to 2016
(Center for Economic Research and Social Change, 2018)
Fifty years after student protests shook much of the Cold War world, in the “West” and in the “East,” “Global 1968” has become the catchword to describe these profound generational revolts. We hear a lot about West Berlin, ...
African history in context: Toward a praxis of radical education
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2018)
This chapter reflects on the context, process, and challenges of the Know Your Continent (KYC) popular education course which we ran in Cape Town in the second half of 2015. KYC brought together people from local high ...
Speaking with a forked tongue about multilingualism in the language policy of a South African university
(Springer Netherlands, 2018)
As part of a broader student campaign for ‘free decolonized education’, protests over language policies at select South African universities between 2015 and 2016 belied widespread positive appraisals of these policies, ...
Sociocultural paradoxes and issues in e-learning use in higher education Africa
Sociocultural issues are major contributing factors in mass acceptance and effective use of technology. These issues are often perceived to contradict the benefits the technology brings about. E-learning use in ...