Putting respect at the centre of education Laerskool Oospark ( doc download )

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Putting respect at the centre of_ education Laerskool Oospark ( doc download )

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Building teacher capacity to teach for advanced performance (doc download )

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Building teacher capacity to teach for advanced performance (doc download )

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Advanced Performance going beyond spoonfeeding (doc download)

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The 12th IACESA International Conference: 22-24 February 2017; Lagoon Beach Hotel, Milnerton, Cape Town

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The teaching of thinking: Co-constructing and re-defining pathways to make an impact The development of critical thinking has been regarded as an important outcome and ideal of education since the early days of Socrates, Plato and Aristotle. This ideal was pursued through the Middle Ages and the Renaissance with the emphasis that was placed on the use of reasoning and critiquing thought processes as central activities to the development of critical thinking. Although the National Department of Basic Education in...

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NWU researcher elected to international association

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Prof Mary Grosser, a researcher in the Optentia Research Focus Area on the North West University’s Vaal Triangle Campus (NWU Vaal), was recently elected to serve as vice-president for the Africa region of the International Association for Cognitive Education and Psychology (IACEP). This organisation was founded in 1988 and consists of professionals from around the world who are interested in advancing cognitive education. This diverse community include teachers, therapists, assessment specialists, administrators...

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NWU approached by Umalusi to assist in developing standards across sectors in Hospitality studies, Consumer Studies and Tourism

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Prof. Mary Grosser and Dr Magda Kloppers were invited by Dr Celia Booyse, Curriculum Manager at Umalusi (Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training), to take part in a discussion meeting with various other stakeholders, namely SACA (South African Chefs Association), IACESA (International Association for Cognitive Education in Southern Africa), NDT (National Department of Tourism), FEDHASA (South African Hospitality Industry), DBE (Department of Basic Education), (CES: Tourism,...

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