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History and Geography are dynamic and diverse disciplines, but disciplines that have always displayed integrative abilities and potential because human actions in spaces and places matter in both. In History, the human past concerns time and space. In Geography, space and spatiality dominate and can include humanity. Teaching and learning History and Geography in the South African classroom is the first textbook to consider History and Geography as interconnected disciplines in the South African education context.
This book guides readers through developments in the History and Geography fields, new focus areas and some refreshed teaching and learning possibili-ties unlocked by technology. Drawing on prodigious research, experts in these fields impart recommendations for teaching, understanding, learning and assessing these subjects purposefully.
Contents include the following:
• Teaching controversial issues in History
• Decolonising History in South Africa through local and regional histories
• Cognitive development strategies within the History classroom
• Enhancing History teaching through the integration of technology
• Mapping and maps (including the use of Google maps, GIS and GPS in the Geography classroom)
Education for sustainable development
• Teaching and learning possibilities, styles and strategies in History and Geography Education
• Indigenous knowledge systems and Africanisation in relation to Geography teaching and learning
• Field work excursions
• Classroom-based performance assessment
Teaching and learning History and Geography in the South African classroom is aimed at educators and prospective educators in the Social Sciences, History and Geography programmes.

Elize S. van Eeden is a professor at North-West University, and chairs the subject group History at the Vaal Triangle Campus. She served as chairperson of the South African Society for History Teaching (2009-2017) and is editor or assistant editor of three peer-reviewed journals accredited by the Depart-ment of Higher Education. She has authored more than 80 peer-reviewed articles, and has contributed chapters in 18 books as either co-writer or editor. Elize has authored 12 History books, one being the textbook, Didactical guidelines for teaching history in a changing South Africa (1999). Her main research interest is regional history in multidisciplinary research environments and its application in regional history in teaching.

Pieter Warnich is a senior lecturer in History and Social Sciences Education at North-West University. He is chairperson of the subject group History and Social Sciences Education at the Potchefstroom Campus. His main areas of specialisation are teaching, learning and assessment and History education curriculum studies development. Pieter has published widely in these fields where he authored peer-reviewed articles and chapters in books. He is co-editor of the book Outcomes-based assessment for South African teachers (2012).
Publikasiedatum: 2018-02-07
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Every young South African needs quality schooling, and well-trained, capable and confident teachers are very important in imparting knowledge, values and skills to their learners. Teachers, therefore, need to execute fundamental and challenging tasks in and outside the classroom, meet the diverse needs of South African learners in the 21st century and continually enhance their professional development, performance and competence in the workplace. In Didactics: the art and science of teaching, practical guidance is provided for both the experienced and student-teacher on how to teach effectively in the challenging South African education system, ultimately to contribute to diverse and quality education. Didactics: the art and science of teaching are aimed at all prospective and practising teachers who need to acquaint themselves with the basic competency requirements for effective and quality teaching in any South African classroom. Dr Thelma de Jager is a senior lecturer and chairperson of the Teaching and Learning and Research Committees in her department at the Tshwane University of Technology. She teaches Didactics (how to teach) and trains student teachers on how to teach effectively. She has presented and published papers nationally and internationally in accredited and peer-reviewed journals and at conferences. She has received 'Lecturer of the Year' (Faculty: Humanities) and 'Woman Researcher of the Year' awards several times and was also selected to participate in the National Teaching and Learning Awards of higher education. She has been involved in teaching learners with special educational needs, as well as primary and secondary school teaching, for more than two decades. She obtained her doctoral degree from the University of South Africa.
Publikasiedatum: 2018-01-01
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Arts education is regarded as an essential part of quality education which not only enhances learners' social, personal and intellectual development but also their critical and creative thinking skills. It provides learners with opportunities to work collaboratively with each other and in so doing, to develop respect for others' opinions and backgrounds. It is also a healthy outlet for emotions and ideas that learners may not otherwise be able to express. Creative arts education provides guidelines on how to teach dance, drama, visual arts and music in a more animated, vibrant and practical manner so as to allow each child to reach his full potential. Based on the grades 7-9 curricula, Creative arts education provides examples and activities to enable creative arts teachers to put theory into practice. Besides sections for each art form, a full chapter is devoted to inclusive education, learning barriers and how best to accommodate the different learning styles and needs of a diverse class of learners. Structural guidance according to CAPS requirements is also included. Creative arts education is aimed at all prospective and practising grades 7-9 teachers of visual arts, dance, music and drama.
Publikasiedatum: 2017-01-01
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Life Orientation in the Senior and Further Education and Training phases (called Life Skills in the Intermediate Phase) is a compulsory school subject. The purpose of this subject is to empower learners to achieve their full physical, intellectual, personal, emotional and social potential. It is thus obvious that it is a crucial subject to develop and support learners to become fully functional individuals and responsible citizens of a democratic society, able to cope with life and all the challenges it presents. Life Orientation for South African teachers is a comprehensive textbook on the subject of Life Orientation as stated in the curriculum policy documents.

Life Orientation for South African teachers provides educators with in-depth knowledge as well as teaching skills to deal with the wide variety of themes within the subject. Besides a theoretical foundation, there are case studies, reflective questions and activity boxes to assist with a practical application of the topics covered in each chapter.
Publikasiedatum: 2017-01-01
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Voices of this land is a new and expanded edition of what has become one of the standard collections of South African poetry written in English. It includes poems ranging from the colonial period right up to the present and encourages readers to revel in the power, richness and diversity of South African poetry. Poetry has to do something more than reproduce power struggles and their justifications in arbitrarily shortened lines, using obscure language, garnished with imagery. Rather, poetry should use language to reproduce and deepen the senses and emotions as well as the consciousness and ideas that are an inseparable part of experience.
Publikasiedatum: 2017-01-01
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Publikasiedatum: 2016-09-30
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Both in and outside the classroom, a teacher always requires sound communication skills. In an instructional context, a clear and expressive voice is the primary mode of communication, and the teacher is most often the initiator of any written or spoken message. When the message is not conveyed effectively, misunderstandings, misconceptions and even situations of conflict often arise. South African classrooms have become increasingly diverse and this has complicated communication in the classroom. Many teachers are faced with the challenge of facilitating learning in a language generally not spoken by their learners as a home language. A policy of additive multi- or bilingualism is therefore encouraged, and as teachers, we need to encourage learners to value their own mother tongue as well as those spoken by others. If teachers have even a limited knowledge of at least one other language spoken by their learners, it goes a long way towards facilitating understanding and better learning. Communication, culture and the multilingual classroom equips the prospective teacher with these necessary communication and classroom literacies. It provides a useful and enriching guide for interacting with many different people at many different levels in the learning environment. Additional resources include useful tips and information on learning and using new words and phrases from different languages, including units that focus specifically on Afrikaans, Northern Sotho, Tswana, Zulu and Xhosa.
Publikasiedatum: 2016-01-01
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Teaching and learning is an active, social and transformative process, which can be a daunting prospect for a student-teacher trying to navigate curricula, relevant legislation, discipline and the diversity of South African schools. Help, I'm A Student-Teacher endeavours to enhance social and cognitive skills within a context of value-driven education.

Help, I'm A Student Teacher is about using theory and research to inform practice, on the one hand, and using experience from practice to inform theory and research, on the other. Activities in each chapter provide practical applications for the topics being discussed.
Contents include the following:
Values versus rules
The teaching-learning context in South Africa
Development of facilitation skills
Developing intellectual thinking and reasoning
Integrating educational media in teaching and learning
Classroom assessment
Dimensions of a lesson plan
Creating a disciplined learning environment
Specific fundamental rights in the educational context

Help, I'm A Student Teacher is aimed at student teachers enrolled for programmes in the Intermediate, Senior and Further Education and Training phases as well as teachers in practice who want to refresh their knowledge and skills.
Publikasiedatum: 2016-01-01
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In building a more democratic society and an equitable and quality education system, South Africa has embraced the implementation of inclusive education in which the needs of all learners must be accommodated. This move has placed increasing pressure on teachers to adapt their instruction, the curriculum and the classroom environment to increase learner involvement and to minimise the exclusion of those children who experience barriers to learning. Against this backdrop, Learner support in a diverse classroom provides a good balance between the theoretical knowledge needed to understand what takes place when a child learns, and the hands-on provision of assessment and support for the learner. Structured according to the SIAS (Screening - Identification - Assessment - Support) document, which underpins learner support in the South African classroom, this important resource offers both creative solutions and solid foundations to any teacher wishing to bring out the best from all their learners.
Publikasiedatum: 2016-01-01
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The world is in an environmental crisis dominated by environmental issues and risks such as loss of biodiversity, pollution, deforestation, urbanisation and many others. For many commentators, the solution lies in the provision of adequate education, including environmental education. Environmental education and education for sustainability - some South African perspectives perceptively addresses topics such as a number of environmental issues and risks of which learners need to be made aware; the history of environmental education, both internationally and in South Africa; the ways in which our deeply held value assumptions and even our religious convictions affect our attitudes towards environmental issues and environmental education; the meaning of 'education for sustainability'; curriculum development and the teaching and learning of environmental education; environmental education in the non-formal sector; environmental education and training in industry; an introduction to research in environmental education.
Publikasiedatum: 2014-01-01
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A review of contemporary 'best practice' related to various aspects of school safety and discipline. Considers the significance and the application of human rights in the field of education; school safety, discipline and bullying; and the creation of a classroom environment conducive to a culture of teaching and learning. Aimed at educators, parents and all other stakeholders in the education of children. Contents include the following: The relationship between rights and obligations; Duty of care; Dealing with violence, bullying and victimisation; Basic legal principles pertaining to disciplining learners; Examples of positive disciplinary actions; Classroom values, principles and rules; Guidelines for good classroom communication and for establishing harmonious relationships.
Publikasiedatum: 2013-01-04
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Here is the story of Mary and the Girls, of Zoot, Pretty-Boy and Oubaas, of the Abrahams family who came from Bo-Kaap, of Last-Knight the Barber and his prim wife. This novel is written in tribute to the people of District Six so that we do not forget.
'Buckingham Palace' is a dingy row of five houses in the heart of District Six, a notorious slum area at the foot of Table Mountain overlooking Cape Town. In this lively novel Richard Rive traces this close community through its moments of triumph and despair, its loves, its hatreds - and its bizarre characters.

The school edition of Richard Rive's classic story includes an accessible and stimulating introduction by Robin Malan, as well as notes on the book and points for discussion.
Publikasiedatum: 2007-06-15
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One cannot imagine a world stripped of social interaction. Our lives are intimately linked to those of others and we need to establish ground rules to regulate our interactions. These rules are rooted in values, morals and fundamental rights; they are the beacons according to which we navigate our lives. But these ground rules are not cast in stone. Our contemporary world is characterised by the constant change that seems to engulf every aspect of our lives. All around us we see social systems crumbling as moral decay and disrespect for ethics set in. These disruptive changes compel us to reflect on values and human rights and the ground rules that anchor our lives and the community we serve. Hence, we are confronted with the question: how do we recreate morality and ethical behaviour to ensure that human rights are more than word in the Constitution? This book explores human issues in a quest to understand values, morals and human rights. It aims to help all of us - but especially students and teachers - develop an understanding of this complex world in which we must rediscover, redefine and reinvent values and human rights in order to build our fragile democracy. Only through rediscovery and understanding can we help learners and our social institutions develop a well-articulated approach to values and human rights in education. In the final analysis, it is not so much about teaching and learning values and human rights, as it is about living values and human rights and allowing them space to grow in society.
Publikasiedatum: 2007-01-13
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Education has been dramatically reformed worldwide over the last few decades. In this age of globalisation, student teachers, education students and scholars of the social sciences, in general, need to take careful note of these changes. Comparative education - education systems and contemporary issues contain separate chapters in which a selection of education systems - South Africa, Botswana, the United States, Australia and India, as well as the emerging education dispensation of the European Union - are discussed. The other chapters of the title deal with issues in education - values and ideologies in education, cultural diversity, gender issues, higher education, curricular reform and violence in schools. The title commences with an outline of the historical evolution of comparative education and its significance.
Publikasiedatum: 2007-01-07
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Education: General

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This title offers insights and specific practical advice on how to restore equilibrium to a system continually rocked by the forces of change, effectively manage the many HR functions in the school, recruit, select and manage the best people for both state and non-subsidised school posts and prevent conflict in the school from escalating, or manage it positively and creatively.
Publikasiedatum: 2006-01-19

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