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The solutions unit consists of the following:  General points for discussion relating to the teaching of the mathematical... see more

The solutions unit consists of the following: General points for discussion relating to the teaching of the mathematical... see more

This is the second recommended reading for Saide's Education Studies module "Being a Teacher"

This is the third reading for Saide's Education Studies module "Being a Teacher". The history of teaching in South Africa... see more

This is the fourth reading for Saide's Education Studies module "Being a Teacher". Fataar and Patterson’s study looks... see more

The following two excerpts present the views of the leaders of two major teachers’ organizations as they expressed them... see more

This reading from "Being a Teacher" focuses on protecting teachers' own interests, but that it should not be at the... see more

In this brief article, Professor Morrow states strongly that teachers are central to the transformation of education and... see more

In this brief excerpt, Fullan and Hargreaves identify what they think characterizes professionalism in teaching. They... see more

All professions are required to be accountable in various ways for the quality of the service they render – to their... see more

One of the most important means of ensuring professional accountability among teachers in South Africa (and of ensuring... see more

This excerpt comes from an Education Labour Relations Council resolution published in 1998. It is essentially a job... see more

The ELRC’s Teacher Appraisal policy is another important means by which teachers’ professional accountability can be... see more

This paper addresses the question: how do mathematics teachers make meaning from curriculum statements in relation to... see more

Visuals of how historical and social problems have impacted on schools. The fact that schools may also be badly managed... see more

The overarching purpose of the present study, commissioned by UNESCO‘s Institute for Statistics, is to compile, analyze... see more

This brief paper was developed in response to the launching of the Cape Town Declaration that set itself up as a... see more

Paper presented by Tessa Welch and Ingrid Sapire to the TEP Consortium conference: 'Teacher development and institutional... see more

The generally acknowledged play of subjectivity in the judgement of art makes the concept of achievement in the... see more

This special focus edition of the Journal of Education focuses on the poetics of pedagogy. The introduction elaborates on... see more

Wayne Hugo provides the editorial for this special focus edition of Journal of Education.

This audiotape is linked to Creating People Centred Schools learning guide, but carries debates which could also be used... see more

The Data-Informed Practice Improvement Project (DIPIP) aims to improve teaching and learning in mathematics. One way of... see more

Being a Teacher: Professional Challenges and Choices. Section Five, The teacher as knowledge–worker. Should teachers be... see more