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Alternation 19,2 (2012) Transformational Trends in Higher Education Scholarship and Curriculum


  • Rubby Dhunpath, Mary Goretti Nakabugo and Nyna Amin  Editorial: Transformational Trends in Higher Education Scholarship and Curriculum | PDF
  • Liz Harrison, Kathleen Pithouse-Morgan, Joan Conolly and Thenjiwe Meyiwa  Learning from the First Year of the Transformative Education/al Studies (TES) Project | PDF
  • Ronicka Mudaly  Gazing Inward: Teaching in the Postgraduate Milieu | PDF
  • Maresi Nerad  Conceptual Approaches to Doctoral Education: Community of Practice | PDF
  • Kathleen Pithouse-Morgan, Pholoho Morojele, Daisy Pillay, Inbanathan Naicker, Vitallis Chikoko, Reena Ramkelawan and Roseanne Rajpal 'The air is hostile': Learning from an African International Postgraduate Student's Stories of Fear and Isolation within a South African University Campus | PDF
  • Delia North, Temesgen Zewotir and Michael Murray Modelling Research Productivity Using a Generalization of the Ordered Logistic Regression Model | PDF
  • Nadaraj Govender  Educational Implications of Applying the Complexity Approach to Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) | PDF
  • Linda van Laren, Claudia Mitchell, Ronicka Mudaly, Kathleen Pithouse-Morgan and Shakila Singh  Exploring University Educators' Lived Experiences of Curriculum Innovating through Integrating HIV & AIDS | PDF
  • Noel Gough  Generating Curriculum Visions for Global Citizenship: Collective Stories and Creative Imagination | PDF
  • Robert John Balfour  The Return to Reading: Acquisition, Reading, Research on Narrative and the Implications for a Multilingual Pedagogy for Higher Education in South Africa | PDF
  • Craig Blewett  e-Learning Terminology Trends - a Lens into Institutional Paradigms? | PDF
  • Sarah Bansilal  Exploring Success Rates in a Professional Development Programme for In-service Teachers | PDF
  • Doras Sibanda and Kavish Jawahar  Exploring the Impact of Mentoring In-service Teachers Enrolled in a Mathematics, Science and Technology Education Programme | PDF
  • Tanusha Raniga  Community Work through Reflective Practice: Social Work Student Perspectives | PDF
  • Salim Akoojee, Mokubung Nkomo and Thembinkosi Twalo  Access for Labour Market Equity: Advancing the Case for National Development in South African Higher Education | PDF

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