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Lifelong learning and connected-up development: insights from South Africa
Lifelong learning through the four major stages of people’s development (Schuller and Watson 2009) embodies the need for integrated, connected-up approaches to development. I will reference briefly three examples in ...
Non-governmental organisations and the South African state: present and future relations.
(Community Development Journal, 1993)
The article explores the relationship between the state and NGOs in order to address the question: Is there a place for non-governmental, community based organisations in a democratic South African state? Section One ...
Equity, access and success: adult learners in public higher education
(Council on Higher Education, 2007)
Unlike research into access and success for school-leavers entering higher education (HE) in South Africa, very little research has been conducted into adult learners in HE. Apart from generalized, albeit extensive, ...
Re-imagining a picture: Higher education in lifelong learning
(IIZ/DVV, Hamburg, Germany, 2000)
In using “lifelong learning” as the frame to observe higher education institutions, our gaze focuses both internally and externally. Internally we see a concern to ensure high quality, and flexible teaching and learning ...
Navigating the National Qualifications Framework: the role of career guidance
The South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) recently commissioned a review of the career development field in South Africa. The review was designed to clarify what SAQA’s role might be in assisting learners throughout ...