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Restorying for transdisciplinarity: a proposed teaching-learning strategy in a context of Human Rights Education
Human Rights Education can provide a context for transdisciplinary boundary talk as a possible way to create cohesion among the multiple disciplines embedded within the Social Sciences. This article presents a teaching-learning ...
Teacher identity and Religion Education in Life Orientation
Integral to the Life Orientation curriculum is democracy and human right. This article contends that considering human rights cannot simply be a theoretical exercise as the implementation thereof affects lived human ...
Empathetic-reflective-dialogical re-storying: A teaching–learning strategy for life orientation
This article presents a teaching–learning strategy that has been employed in recent small-scale research projects at a South African higher education institution, and more specifically, in the School of Education. Bachelor ...
Boundary talk in Life (dis)Orientation: Collaborative conversations across Higher Education Institutions
Life Orientation (LO) as a compulsory subject in the South African school curriculum (Grades 7–12) aims to develop the learner’s self-in-society. This implies a holistic approach that includes the personal, social and ...