Vol 29, No 4 (2009)

Table of Contents


Why metaphor matters in education Abstract PDF
Elaine Botha 431 - 444
Meta-synthesis on learners’ experience of aggression in secondary schools in South Africa Abstract PDF
Chris Myburg, Marie Poggenpoel 445 - 460
A comparison between the views of teachers in South Africa and six other countries on involvement in school change Abstract PDF
Cassie Swanepoel 461 - 474
Perceptions of teachers on the benefits of teacher development programmes in one province of South Africa Abstract PDF
Raj Mestry, Ilona Hendricks, Tom Bisschoff 475 - 490
A case study of a learner’s transition from mainstream schooling to a school for learners with special educational needs (LSEN): lessons for mainstream education Abstract PDF
Jace Pillay, Marisa Di Terlizzi 491 - 509
Learner-centredness: an analytical critique Abstract PDF
Irmhild Horn 511 - 525
Personal characteristics that predict South Africans’ participation in activities of their children’s schools Abstract PDF
Ronnie Mmotlane, Lolita Winnaar, Joseph Mbithi Kivilu 527 - 540
The representation of women in a sample of post-1994 South African school History textbooks Abstract PDF
Sonja Schoeman 541 - 556

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