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Understanding the introduction of outcomes-based History teaching in South Africa

@inproceedings{Schoeman2002UnderstandingTI,
  title={Understanding the introduction of outcomes-based History teaching in South Africa},
  author={Sonja Schoeman and Ralph M. Manyane},
  year={2002}
}
The dawn of democracy in South Africa in 1994 necessitated innovations in education. An educational approach known as Outcomes-based Education (OBE) was introduced in 1998. Many changes will eventually also have to be made in the History classroom, as the new approach is characterised by a competency-based, interactive and learner-centred methodology. Closer scrutiny of the above educational innovation reveals the existence of a number of problems.The aim of this article is: Firstly, to… 
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