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Diffracting learning/teaching entanglements: A South African vice-chancellor’s perspective
This chapter considers data from interviews conducted with eight vice-chancellors from both historically advantaged and disadvantaged higher education institutions (HEIs) in South Africa, as part of a larger national project ...
Critical professionalism: a lecturer attribute for troubled times
(SUN Press, 2012)
This chapter describes the research-based project, Critical Professionalism, which gave rise to several of the chapters in this volume. We suggest that the concept of critical professionalism, with its strong value ...
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 ...
Designing the project: theoretical approaches
(HSRC Press, 2012)
Education in South Africa is in crisis. Low literacy and numeracy rates, poor discipline, and a sense of despair pervade the education landscape. At the same time, educators are called upon to achieve more, with universities ...