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Understanding diversity as a framework for improving student throughput
(Maastricht University, 2007)
INTRODUCTION: Literature suggests that a diverse body of healthcare graduates could extend health service delivery. However, the literature also indicates that the throughput of minority, working class, and historically ...
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 ...
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 ...
Travelling into the other’s world: South African pre-service teacher education students’ construction of difference, belonging and identity
(Education Faculty, Stellenbosch Library, 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 ...