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Swarts R, and Wassermann JM. 2016. ‘Britishness’, Colonial Governance and Education: St Helenian Children in Colonial Natal in the 1870s. In Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 44(6), pp 881-899.
Vandeyar S, and Mohale MA. 2016. Embracing Diversity: The Case of EquityRes, a Student Residence at Urban University. In Journal of social sciences, 48(3), pp 161-173.
Vandeyar S, and Swart R. 2016. Educational change: A case for a “Pedagogy of Compassion.” In Education as Change, 20(3), pp 141-159.
Wassermann JM. 2016. Identity politics and being a Free Stater during the South African War (1899-1902): A micro-history of the inhabitants of the greater Drakensberg region. In New Contree: A Journal of Historical and Human Sciences for Southern Africa, 77, pp 1-29.
Wolvaardt JE, Lindeque BG, and du Toit PH. 2016. Balancing the education choices in the decision-making of a dean of medicine: Fission or fusion? In African Journal of Health Professions Education, 8(1), pp 25-29.
Bentrovato D. 2016. Whose past, what future? teaching contested histories in contemporary Rwanda and Burundi. In History Can Bite:History Education in divided and postwar societies. V&R unipress.
Evans R. 2016. Portfolios as an assessment tool: A re ective analysis. In Innovative Assessment Practice. Pearson Publishers.
Abrie AL. 2016. The botanical content in South African curriculum: A barren desert or a thriving forest? In South African Journal of Science, 112(1/2), pp 2015-0127.
Borba M, Askar P, Engelbrecht JC, Gadanidis G, Llinares S, and Aguilar M. 2016. Blended learning, e- learning and mobile learning in mathematics education. In ZDM - International Journal on Mathematics Education, 48(5), pp 589-610.
Combrinck C, Scherman V, and Maree DJF. 2016. The use of Rasch competency bands for reporting criterion- referenced feedback and curriculum-standards attainment. In Perspectives in education, 34(4), pp 62-78.
de Villiers JJR, Plantan T, and Gaines M. 2016. The incorporation of the USA ‘Science made Sensible’ programme in South African primary schools: A cross-cultural approach to science education. In Education as Change, 20(1), pp 239-258.
Engelbrecht JC, and Mwambakana JN. 2016. Validity and Diagnostic Attributes of a Mathematics Olympiad for Junior High School Contestants. In African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education (AJRMSTE) or African Journal of Research in MST Education, 20(2), pp 175-188.
Fru Vitalis A, and Callaghan P. 2016. Framework for reducing teaching challenges relating to improvisation of science education equipment and materials in schools. In Eurasia Journal of Mathematics Science and Technology Education, 12(10), pp 2697-2717.
Gaigher E. 2016. Insig van onderwysers in wanopvattings oor eenvoudige stroombane. In South African Journal for Science and Technology/Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Natuurwetenskap en Tegnologie, 35(1), pp 1-8.
Goufo E, Pene M, and Mwambakana JN. 2016. Existence result and conservativeness for a fractional order non-autonomous fragmentation dynamics. In Journal of Nonlinear Sciences and Applications, 9, pp 5850-5861.
Kupolati MD, Gericke GJ, MacIntyre UE, Ferreira R, Fraser and WJ, du Toit PJ. 2016. Nutrition education practices of primary school teachers in a resource-constrained community in Gauteng, South Africa. In Ecology of Food and Nutrition, 55(3), pp 279-291.
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