SA Journal of Education

Official journal of the Education Association of South Africa (EASA).
Included in the Social Sciences Citation Index (ISI), IBSS,
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ISSN 0256-0100 (Print), ISSN 2076-3433 (Online)
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Volume 43, Supplement 2, December 2023

Table of Contents


Accounting teachers’ teaching practices associated with learners’ performance in high schools Abstract PDF
Bongani Ndlovu, Nontobeko Prudence Khumalo, Sello Mokoena 8 pages
Transformation of teachers through a collaborative-reflective training model: A case study on school-based professional development Abstract PDF
Sertel Altun, Banu Yucel-Toy 16 pages
Codes of ethics and conduct for teaching practice: A policy framework for South Africa Abstract PDF
Carike Kriel, Candice Livingston, Chiwimbiso M. Kwenda 17 pages
The need of taking online geography lessons during states of emergency situations Abstract PDF
Stefan Stajić, Smiljana Đukičin Vučković, Anđelija Ivkov Džigurski, Ljubica Ivanović Bibić, Jelena Milanković Jovanov, Aco Lukić 9 pages
Rainbow nation discourses among Black millennial history teachers in relation to post-apartheid South African history Abstract PDF
Fezeka Gxwayibeni, Marshall Tamuka Maposa 10 pages
The effect of the 4 + 1 planned writing and evaluation model on creative writing: An action research study Abstract PDF
Halit Karatay, Kadir Vefa Tezel, Emre Yazıcı, Talha Göktentürk 13 pages
Core values of ethical leaders in South African schools Abstract PDF
David Edwards, Michèle Schmidt, Raj Mestry 11 pages
Top management and teacher involvement in the strategic planning process in Zimbabwean schools Abstract PDF
Victor C Ngwenya 13 pages
COVID-19, education and access to digital technologies: A case study of a secondary school in Gauteng Abstract PDF
Linda Scott 11 pages
Civic education teachers’ role in transformation during the COVID-19 pandemic Abstract PDF
- Triyanto, Bagus Haryono, Rif'ati Dina Handayani 9 pages
Narratives of parents’ participation in their children’s education Abstract PDF
Oluwatoyin Jumoke Adelabu, Vusi Mncube 8 pages

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SA Journal of Education is hosted at the University of Pretoria, Faculty of Education