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“Walking the talk”: The influence of an introduction to cognitive education on school leaders
(University of Pretoria, 2017)
The current emphasis on curriculum leadership implies the need to update school leaders’ pedagogical knowledge. This paper will interest local and international readers because it highlights both essential content and the ...
Philosophical enquiry as a pedagogical tool to implement the CAPS curriculum: Final-year pre-service teachers’ perceptions
(University of Pretoria, 2016)
In this paper, we argue that philosophical enquiry, as practised using community of enquiry pedagogy, is an appropriate implementation strategy for Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS) if the principles that ...
Teaching thinking in South African schools: Selected school leaders’ perceptions
(South African Journal of Education, 2021)
In this article we argue that school leaders should ensure that teachers experience a supportive professional learning community committed to collaborative, thoughtful inquiry and be enabled to create similar communities ...
Developing the language of thinking within a classroom community of inquiry: pre-service teachers’ experiences
(Education Association of South Africa, 2012-08)
We argue that the “community of inquiry” approach, using reading materials modelled on Lipman’s Philosophy for Children programme, is a theoretically justified and teacher-friendly means of promoting effective thinking ...