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Research outputs: TEACHER TRAINING
2009 From bureaucratic compliance to creating new knowledge: comparative patterns of curriculum change
In this chapter the author compares trajectories of curriculum development across the system, illustrating the complex intersection of dynam...Download this report
Despite a strong emphasis on teacher education and development in post-apartheid South Africa, statistics show a low retention of beginner t...
2009 District professional development models as a way to introduce primary-school teachers to natural science curriculum reforms in one district in South Africa
This paper reports on a study that investigated whether district continued professional development (CPD) sufficiently prepared teachers for...
The quality of any national education system depends on its teachers. In recent years in South Africa, teacher supply has become a matter of...