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Psychosocial factors that influence peer interaction among francophone adolescent learners in the selected high schools in the Western Cape, South Africa
(University of the Western Cape, 2016)
Immigrant adolescent learners are at risk for loneliness, isolation, rejection, and interpersonal distress from being perceived as outsiders or not belonging to the groups. This may be explained by host country or setting ...
Voice, disability and inclusion: a case study of biology learners with cerebral palsy
(University of the Western Cape, 2006)
This study attempted to ascertain whether the under-representation of black, disadvantaged learners with cerebral palsy in biology and related careers is linked in any way to the method and content of teaching and learning ...
Inclusive alternative assessment: Exploring the use of scribes in a Cape Town primary school
(University of the Western Cape, 2018)
Learners in mainstream schools have diverse learning needs and experience a variety of learning barriers. Many of the learners struggle to read and write, and are therefore in need of assistance to enhance their academic ...
Exclusion by design: A constitutional analysis of admission policies and practices in selected Cape Town schools
(University of the Western Cape, 2019)
School admission policies are powerful tools that can sometimes contain provisions that are in conflict with the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa and other legislation and policies which regulate education in ...