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Alternation Special Edition 29 (2019) Thinking Development from an Interdisciplinary Perspective






  • Kanya Padayachee   Rethinking the Integral Education Approach: Ascertaining Curriculum Gaps in Early Childhood Development Curriculum with Opportunities for Advancing Indigenous Knowledge Values within the South African Context
  • Masilonyane Mokhele   Mapping Memories through a Geographic Information System: The Case of St. Mark’s Transdisciplinary Service-Learning Project in District Six, Cape Town
  • Alice Sefora Mkuzangwe and Tennyson Mgutshini   Interactions between Internal and External Quality Assurance in Higher Education Institutions in South Africa – A Case Analysis of Development Challenges Facing Academics
  • Neo Maseko and Tennyson Mgutshini  To be or not to be: Transformative Insights into the Paradox of Using English as the Language of Instruction in South African HE Institutions
  • Denzil Chetty   #AfricanMOOCRevolution: MOOCs, Development and African Higher Education - Insights from the University of South Africa

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