Although South Africa has made significant strides in the effort to achieve gender equity in education, women and Africans continue to remain underrepresented in the fields of science, engineering and technology.
Rural School-Children Speak: The School-Children Narratives of A ‘Caring’ School in Rural Contexts of Lesotho and South Africa.
The proposed study is located in debates emanating from the research focus referred to as “Rural Education”. Rural education is an area of study that studies people living in rural contexts.
Inside Teaching in Higher Education is a book about becoming and/or being an academic in relation to the pedagogic settings of twenty-first century universities in South Africa.
One of the most critical challenges facing South Africa in the post-apartheid era is how to prepare teachers for the complexities and challenges they may face in the work situation because the educational landscape has undergone dramatic changes in the previous decade
The Transformative Education/al Studies (TES) project was a response to two national educational priorities in South Africa: a) the pressing need to transform teaching and learning in the Higher Education sector; and b) the pressing need to enhance research and supervision capacity in the Higher Education sector. TES was a 3-year (2011-2013), National Research Foundation (NRF)-funded project led by investigators from a university of technology (Durban University of Technology – DUT), a research-intensive university (University of KwaZulu-Natal, UKZN), and a rural comprehensive university (Walter Sisulu University – WSU).