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Authentic learning for teaching reading: Foundation phase pre-service student teachers’ learning experiences of creating and using digital stories in real classrooms
Teaching and learning, an evolving endeavour, is associated with many factors, with advancements in technology, playing an ever-growing role in the classroom. It is therefore important to include the use of interactive ...
At-risk student teachers’ attitudes and aspirations as learners and teachers of mathematics
This study explored foundation phase first year student teachers’ perceptions about mathematics. The focus on their attitudes towards mathematics in two roles – (1) as learners of mathematics, based on their prior ...
Searching for research results to inform the design of an initial professional teacher education programme for the foundation phase: A systematic review
This article reports on a systematic review conducted to inform the development of a professional teacher education programme for the foundation phase of schooling. The research question was: What do quality research ...
Case study of isiXhosa-speaking foundation phase learners who experience barriers to learning in an English-medium disadvantaged Western Cape school
(Education Association of South Africa (EASA), 2020)
In the study reported on here, we focused on the use of English as language of learning and teaching (LoLT) for isiXhosaspeaking Foundation Phase learners in a historically disadvantaged school in the Western Cape, South ...
Signposting foundation phase teachers’ professional identities in selected Western Cape primary schools, South Africa
(Education Association South Africa, 2018)
The aim of this article is to report on the Foundation Phase (FP) teachers’ professional identities in two primary schools in the Western Cape. This is meant to serve as a basis for understanding teachers’ identities with ...