The Paradox of Teaching Citizenship Education in Botswana Primary Schools

@inproceedings{Mhlauli2012ThePO,
  title={The Paradox of Teaching Citizenship Education in Botswana Primary Schools},
  author={Mavis B. Mhlauli},
  year={2012}
}
The major purpose of this study was to explore the social studies teachers’ perceptions and understandings of citizenship education in primary schools in Botswana. The study adopted a post colonial lens by using the notions of the pedagogy of imperialism and contrapuntal criticism to interrogate the teachers’ perceptions of citizenship education. The study was qualitative in nature and employed the naturalistic inquiry paradigm. Qualitative methods were used to collect data. Data were analyzed… CONTINUE READING

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