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Gender and minority issues in planning literacy education in Botswana
(Routledge. http://www.informaworld.com, 2005)
This empirical paper demonstrates that in spite of being a multiethnic society, literacy education in Botswana has ignored gender and cultural diversity. It demonstrates how planners endorsed a technocratic view of planning, ...
Geography students as constructors of classroom knowledge and practice: a case study from Botswana
(Routledge. http://www.informaworld.com, 2004-01)
This study reports on the strategies (overt and subtle) employed by students in one senior secondary school in Botswana to keep their teachers in an information-giving position. Contrary to the prevailing view that the ...
Geography in the Botswana Secondary curriculum: A study in curriculum renewal and contraction
(Routledge. http://www.informaworld.com, 2002-06)
Curriculum reviews during the past two decades in Botswana have had mixed fortunes for geography in secondary schools. While the subject has modernised over the years it has at the same time shrunk in terms of its spread ...
A critical review of the declining role of agriculture for economic diversity: implications for adult education as a change agent
(Academic Journals, http://www.academicjournals.org, 2009-11)
This paper provides a critique of globalization with a special focus on the declining role of subsistence agriculture as the backbone of peasant economy in colonial Botswana and the changes that have occurred since ...