Item description for Changing Teaching, Changing Times by J. Clark & C. Linder...
This is the story of a science teacher and her work in an over-crowded and under-resourced township secondary school in contemporary South Africa. While set firmly in the present, it is also a journey into the past, shedding fresh light on how the legacy of apartheid education continues to have a major influence on teaching and learning in South Africa. Changing Teaching, Changing Times: Lessons from a South African Township Science Classroom Jonathan Clark, False Bay FET College, Cape Town, South Africa Cedric Linder, Uppsala University, Sweden and University of the Western Cape, South Africa The book has a compelling story line with extensively referenced notes at the end of each chapter. It is intended for a wide audience, which includes general readers, policy makers, teacher-educators, researchers and, most importantly, practitioners in the field. For, while it reminds us of the powerful constraining role that both context and students play in mediating a teacher's practice, it also attests to the power of individual agency. As such it is a celebration of the actions of an ordinary teacher whose willingness to leave the well-worn paths of familiar practice stands as a beacon of possibility for contexts which seem, so often, to be devoid of hope.
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Studio: Sense Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.8" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Mar 17, 2006
Publisher Sense Publishers
ISBN 9077874208 ISBN13 9789077874202
Availability 57 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 26, 2017 01:33.
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