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Africanisation: A rich environment for active learning on a global platform
Africanisation is generally seen as a renewed focus on Africa – reclaiming what has been taken from Africa – and the emergence of a new sense of pride. With regard to the local curriculum, there is aExpand
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Green Curriculum: Sustainable Learning at a Higher Education Institution.
  • W. Louw
  • Political Science
  • 1 March 2013
The United Nations (UN) constituted 2005–2014 as the decade for educational sustainable development when bridges have to be built between academic institutions and their communities. In this articleExpand
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My love affair with alternative assessment : integrating quality assessment into OBE courses for distance education
This article will highlight that assessment in Open Distance Learning in South Africa has tobe changed because of the constraints of examinations and tests of the past. In the design oflearningExpand
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Emergent learner support at University of South Africa : an informal report
The University of South Africa (Unisa) is one of the mega distance education institutions in the world as it has approximately 250 000 learners. This article describes the developing learner supportExpand
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Designing Learning Experiences to Prepare Lifelong Learners for the Complexities of the Workplace
It is argued that the rapidly changing context of the workplace requires radical changes in the teaching methods and modes of delivery of the lifelong learner. This means that the approach toExpand
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Green curriculum: Sustainable learning in higher education
  • W. Louw
  • Political Science
  • 8 January 2013
The United Nations (UN) constituted 2005–2014 as the decade for educational sustainable development when bridges have to be built between academic institutions and their communities. In this articleExpand
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Seeking common ground in the learning development process
It is necessary for distance education institutions to seek common ground among all participants (i.e., the traditional academic, the learning developer and diverse student populations in the varyingExpand
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Africanisation : the community becomes responsible for its own education development
Africanisation is generally seen as a renewed focus on Africa, to reclaim what has been taken from Africa. A new sense of pride is emerging that is evident in the local curriculum: there is a renewedExpand
PROGRESSIO Seeking common ground in the learning
It is necessary for distance education institutions to seek common ground among all participants (i.e., the traditional academic, the learning developer and diverse student populations in the varyingExpand
Bridge over troubled water : e-portfolios : mapping the journey to meaningful workplace learning
Workplace learning in the Higher Education context implies the formal integration of structured real-life experiences into the programme curriculum. Learning environments such as these may utiliseExpand
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