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Perspectives in Education is a professional, peer-reviewed journal that encourages the submission of previously unpublished articles on contemporary educational issues. As a journal that represents a variety of cross-disciplinary interests, both theoretical and practical, it seeks to stimulate debate on a wide range of topics. 

The journal is committed to the process of capacity building in the area of scholarly writing and publication among new writers. It aims to accelerate the development of capacity among black and women educationists in South Africa, and to broaden contributions to include writers from other African, Latin American, and Asian countries.

As the journal aims to make itself accessible to a wider reading community, it encourages authors to make their content accessible to a broad readership, including those who may not be familiar with the subject matter addressed. PiE challenges contributors to use innovative, provocative and creative ways of presenting and reporting their research.

Other sites related to this journal: http://www.perspectives-in-education.com/


Vol 31, No 2 (2013)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Drawing AIDS: Tanzanian teachers picture the pandemic. Implications for re-curriculation of teacher education programmes EMAIL FULL TEXT
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L Wood, N de Lange, K Mkumbo 1-13
A vision of improvement of learning: South African teachers’ conceptions of classroom assessment EMAIL FULL TEXT
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MJ Sethusha 14-21
Development of verbal thinking and problem-solving among TshiVenda-speaking primary school children EMAIL FULL TEXT
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AE Muthivhi 22-32
Emotional intelligence in learners with Attention Deficit Disorder EMAIL FULL TEXT
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CA Wootton, HE Roets 33-41
Education and Training Initiatives at the Central Methodist Church Refugee House in Johannesburg EMAIL FULL TEXT
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P Pausigere 42-53
Exploring the changing role of learning support teachers in the Western Cape, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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LM Dreyer 54-64
Queering transformation in higher education EMAIL FULL TEXT
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T Msibi 65-73
The influence of gender, parents and background factors on Grade 7 students’ beliefs and attitudes towards mathematics in Mozambique EMAIL FULL TEXT
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AE Murimo 74-82
The South African PhD: Insights from employer interviews EMAIL FULL TEXT
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R Treptow 83-91
Growing researchers from the historically disadvantaged groups through internships EMAIL FULL TEXT
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T Mda 92-101
Service learning as a response to community/school engagement: Towards a pedagogy of engagement EMAIL FULL TEXT
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G Alexander, M Khabanyane 102-113
Towards an Africanisation of community engagement and service learning EMAIL FULL TEXT
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J Preece 114-122
Student levels of engagement in learning: A case study of Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) EMAIL FULL TEXT
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E Ivala, J Kioko 123-134


ISSN: 0258-2236
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