Trainee teachers' observation of learner-centred instruction and assessment as applied by History and Social Sciences teachers

@inproceedings{Warnich2013TraineeTO,
  title={Trainee teachers' observation of learner-centred instruction and assessment as applied by History and Social Sciences teachers},
  author={Pieter Warnich and Louisa Meyer},
  year={2013}
}
A growing body of research shows that the overall quality of teaching and learning is improved when learners have the opportunity to become actively involved in the learning process through which ample opportunities are given to question, apply and consolidate new knowledge. With the dawning of a new South Africa in 1994, more emphasis was placed on learner-centred instruction and assessment which is the reason why policy documents such as the National Curriculum Statement (NCS) and the… CONTINUE READING

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