Towards a whole-school approach to the pastoral care module in a Postgraduate Certificate of Education programme: a South African experience

@article{Schoeman2015TowardsAW,
  title={Towards a whole-school approach to the pastoral care module in a Postgraduate Certificate of Education programme: a South African experience},
  author={Sonja Schoeman},
  journal={European Journal of Teacher Education},
  year={2015},
  volume={38},
  pages={119 - 134}
}
  • S. Schoeman
  • Published 2 January 2015
  • Education
  • European Journal of Teacher Education
This study explores the potential of adopting a whole-school approach to the pastoral care module in a Postgraduate Certificate of Education Programme to ensure that all newly qualified teachers practice effective pastoral care in their classrooms and promote the learners’ academic engagement and performance. A non-experimental survey research design involving quantitative data was used. A group-administered questionnaire was used to collect the sampled student teachers’ (n = 59) opinion on the… 
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