SA Journal of Education

Official journal of the Education Association of South Africa (EASA).
Included in the Social Sciences Citation Index (ISI) and IBSS.

ISSN 0256-0100 (Print), ISSN 2076-3433 (Online)
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Vol 38, No 1 (2018)

Table of Contents


Table of Contents Abstract PDF
Ronél Ferreira
Homework policy review: A case study of a public school in the Western Cape Province Abstract PDF
Verbra Pfeiffer 10 pages
Politicising curriculum implementation: The case of primary schools Abstract PDF
Moyahabo Rodgers Molapo, Venitha Pillay 9 pages
Information communication technology policy and public primary schools’ efficiency in Rwanda Abstract PDF
Munyengabe Sylvestre, He Haiyan, Zhao Yiyi 10 pages
Learning style preferences and Mathematics achievement of secondary school learners Abstract PDF
Anne Bosman, Salomé Schulze 8 pages
The impact of language factors on learner achievement in Science Abstract PDF
C.H. Prinsloo, S.C. Rogers, J.C. Harvey 14 pages
Teacher beliefs and attitudes about inquiry-based learning in a rural school district in South Africa Abstract PDF
Umesh Ramnarain, Manzini Hlatswayo 10 pages
Native speaker dichotomy: Stakeholders’ preferences and perceptions of native and non-native speaking English language teachers Abstract PDF
Nurdan Atamturk, Hakan Atamturk, Celen Dimililer 10 pages
Perceptions of disadvantaged rural matriculants regarding factors facilitating and constraining their transition to tertiary education Abstract PDF
Precious Maila, Eleanor Ross 12 pages
The impact of formative assessment activities on the development of teacher agency in mathematics teachers Abstract PDF
Adri van der Nest, Caroline Long, Johann Engelbrecht 10 pages
Enabling the development of student teacher professional identity through vicarious learning during an educational excursion Abstract PDF
Karen Steenekamp, Martyn van der Merwe, Aygul Salieva Mehmedova 8 pages
The realities of educator support in a South African school district Abstract PDF
Samson Nkambule, Christina Amsterdam 11 pages
Learner-to-teacher bullying as a potential factor influencing teachers’ mental health Abstract PDF
Marit Woudstra, Estie Janse van Rensburg, Maretha Visser, Joyce Jordaan 10 pages
Social networking as a strategic tool in the management of school-based violence Abstract PDF
Chidi Idi Eke, Shakila Singh 8 pages
Guidelines for Contributors Abstract PDF
Ronél Ferreira

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