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Participative Decision-making: Perceptions of School Stakeholders in South Africa
Abstract Participative decision-making has increasingly become the agreed-upon model around the world for the operation of schools, particularly those in the public education systems. A criticalExpand
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ENGAGEMENT WITH AND PARTICIPATION IN ONLINE DISCUSSION FORUMS
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This article reports on a small-scale study that examined student engagement with and participation in a university online discussion forum site. Expand
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Student perspectives on videoconferencing in teacher education at a distance
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This article presents the findings of a small-scale study exploring student views on videoconferencing (VC) as a teaching tool in teacher education at distance. Expand
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Education Financing in Kenya: Parents’ Perceptions about the Implementation of the Cost-Sharing Policy in Secondary School Education
The purpose of this article is twofold. First, to determine the direct costs incurred by parents as part of the cost-sharing policy to finance secondary school education in Kenya and, second, toExpand
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Effective Participative Management: Does It Affect Trust Levels of Stakeholders in Schools?
Abstract This paper reports the findings of the small-scale study on the effectiveness of participative management (PM) as perceived by parents, learners, teachers, community leaders, members of theExpand
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STUDENT TEACHERS’ EXPERIENCES OF TEACHING PRACTICE AT OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING INSTITUTION IN SOUTH AFRICA
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This small-scale study focused on the experiences of student teachers towards teaching practice in an open and distance learning (ODL) institution in South Africa. Expand
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Smartphones and regular cellular phones: assessing their impact on students’ education at the University of Zululand
A thesis submitted to the Department of Business Management for the Degree of Master of Commerce and Business Management, in the Faculty of Commerce and Administration at the University of Zululand,Expand
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Student Teachers’ Expectations of Teaching as a Career Choice in South Africa (Part I)
Abstract Attracting and retaining competent teachers is a key concern for many countries throughout the world. Research on student teachers’ expectations of teaching as a career choice may helpExpand
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A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR SUCCESSFUL SUCCESSION OF GENERATION Y TEACHERS THROUGH SHARED LEADERSHIP
Educational systems are experiencing a global leadership crisis. A large number of school principals represent Baby Boomers Generation, that is, individuals born between 1946 and 1964. TheseExpand
FOR WHOM THE BELLS TOLL: UNEMPLOYED YOUTH AND THE COMPELLING CASE FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN SOUTH AFRICA
This paper examines the extremely high rate of unemployment amongst the youth in South Africa and then makes a compelling case for the development of entrepreneurship. Throughout economic history,Expand