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    • Achieving educational goals through effective leadership: experience from a distance in Zambabwe 

      Shava, G.N.; Heystek, Jan (University of Venda, 2015)
      Teaching and learning environments have become more complex and diverse, where effective leadership is to enhance the achievement of high standards of educational success. The evolving nature of school environments in ...
    • The design and implementation of a strategic plan in primary schools 

      Van Wyk, Christo; Moeng, Boitumelo Gloria (The Clute Institute, 2014)
      Many policies, strategies and plans have been introduced in South African schools so as to acquire quality education. A strategic plan, as a mechanism of putting schools on a pathway of development and effectiveness over ...
    • Replicating society’s discrimination of disadvantaged and marginalized groups: inclusive education, and the power of the curriculum 

      Kalenga, Rosemary Chimbala; Fourie, Elsa; Maphosa, Cosmas (Kamla-Raj Enterprises, 2014)
      This paper sought to establish how the school system perpetuated the discrimination in society by, failing to accommodate children with special needs in normal classrooms. The ecosystem theories, theories of inclusion and ...
    • School change and emotional intelligence 

      Palmer, June M.; De Waal, Elda (Kamla-Raj Enterprises / Science Publications, 2011)
      Educators are under considerable pressure to implement the unprecedented array of change initiatives that came with the advent of the new political dispensation in South Africa which seriously influences their emotional ...
    • School Changes and Emotional Intelligence 

      Palmer, June M.; De Waal, Elda (Kamla-Raj Enterprises / Science Publications, 2011)
      Educators are under considerable pressure to implement the unprecedented array of change initiatives that came with the advent of the new political dispensation in South Africa which seriously influences their emotional ...