VOLUME 33                                                           CONTENTS                                                       2012


VOLUME 33, Number 1 (SPECIAL ISSUE)                                                                OCTOBER 2012


 

Assessment in Education in Post-apartheid South Africa

Sadhana Manik (Guest Editor)

 

Editorial

1-3

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Peter Beets • An Analysis of Education Assessment Policies in South Africa after 1994

5-19

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Jabulisile C. Ngwenya and Suriamurthee M. Maistry • Teaching and Assessment in Accounting: An Exploration of Teachers’ Experiences in a Rural KwaZulu-Natal School

21-30

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Shivani Maharajh • The Resistance Mode of Learning: The Potential for Resistance to New Policy Initiatives to Facilitate Teacher Learning

31-42

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Suriamurthee M. Maistry • Standardising Assessment in an Era of Curriculum Reform: The Case of High School Exit-Level Economics Examinations in South Africa

43-53

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Edith R. Dempster • Comparison of Exit-Level Examinations in Four African Countries

55-70

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Rachael Jesika Singh • Assessment in the Social Sciences: GIS Training and Assessment for Preservice Geography Teachers in a Rural University

71-80

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M. Combrinck and M. Hatch • Students’ Experiences of a Continuous Assessment Approach at a Higher Education Institution

81-89

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Sadhana Manik • Undergraduate Geography Students’ Views of Assessments and Academic Results: An Exploratory Study....

91-104

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Mariëtte Koen • Students’ Perspectives of Assessment and Learning

105-114

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Suresh Kamar Singh • The Changing Nature of Assessment in Teacher Education

115-124

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P. (Labby) Ramrathan • Assessment within Postgraduate Teaching: Who or What is Being Assessed

125-135

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VOLUME 33, Number 2                                                                                               NOVEMBER 2012


 

Israel Kariyana, Cosmas Maphosa and Beginner Mapuranga • The Influence of Learners’ Participation in School Co-curricular Activities on Academic Performance: Assessment of Educators’Perceptions

137-146

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Jacob M. Selesho • Learning Model as a Strategy to Improve Quality of Academic Programmes

147-154

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Saloshna Vandeyar and Thirusellvan Vandeyar • Re-negotiating Identities and Reconciling Cultural Ambiguities: Socio-cultural Experiences of Indian Immigrant Students in South African Schools

155-167

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Almon Shumba and Matsidiso Naong • Factors Influencing Students’ Career Choice and Aspirations in South Africa

169-178

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Olawale Fatok • An Investigation into the Financial Management Practices of New Micro-enterprises in South Africa

179-188

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Mikateko Mabunda and Erhabor S. Idemudia • Cumulative Adversities and Mental Health of Employees in Workplace Settings in Gauteng Province, South Africa

189-199

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Jacob M. Selesho • Transformation Towards Institutional Quality Management: Turning the Tide a Quality Assurance Mattera

201-211

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K.D. Ige and F.H. Nekhwevha • Poverty Attribution in the Developing World: A Critical Discussion on Aspects of Split Consciousness among Low Income Urban Slum Dwellers in Lagos

 213-226

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Kamala Ramadoss and Ujvala Rajadhyaksha • Gender Differences in Commitment to Roles, Workfamily Conflict and Social Support

227-233

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K.D. Ige and F.H. Nekhwevha • Poverty Attribution as Additional Pathway in Predicting the Reaction of Disadvantaged Groups and Persons to Inequality and Injustice

235-250

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Pilot Mudhovozi • Social and Academic Adjustment of First-Year University Students

251-259

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Micheal M van Wyk • The Effects of the STAD-Cooperative Learning Method on Student Achievement, Attitude and Motivation in Economics Education

261-270

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VOLUME 33, Number 3                                                                                               DECEMBER 2012


 

E.D. de Klerk, J. M. Palmer and  M. M. van Wyk Exploring the Perceptions of Pre-service Teachers’ Experiences of Autonomy in Transformational Teaching

271-284

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Etim O. Frank and Wilfred I. Ukpere   The Impact of Military Rule on Democracy in Nigeria

285-292

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A. J. Omede  • The Nigerian Military:  Analysing Fifty Years of Defence and Internal   Military and Fifty Years of Internal Security Operations in Nigeria (1960 -2010)

293-303

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Melinde Coetzee  • Distance Learning Students’ Graduateness as Predictors of Their Job Satisfaction and Optimism about Future Career Prospects

305-313

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Emmanuel Chinamasa and Cosmas Maphosa  • Technological Andragogy: Case of Computer Application Skills Development by Masters Students at a University of Technology in Zimbabwe

315-322

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Isabel Pla-Julián and Rosa Giménez-Moreno Deficiencies and Limitations on Current Household Employment in Spain

323-332

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X. Mtose  and N. Moyo Psychosocial Support Offered to Learners:  A Case of Gwanda District

333-340

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Index

341-342

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