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Teachers' perspectives on classroom practice in Botswana: implications for pedagogical change
(Routledge http://www.informaworld.com, 1998-04)
Attempts to improve the quality of education in Botswana have, inter alia, included an emphasis on a learner-centered pedagogy. Attempts at implementing this pedagogy have been made within the ambit of the technical rational ...
African literature: Matshoba's "call me not a man"
(National Council of Teachers of English, http://www.ncte.org/, 1990-12)
Suggests using Mtutuzeli Matshoba's "Call Me Not a Man" as the central text in a unit on oppression to help students understand and make them better able to respond to oppression. Provides key questions for structuring the ...
Competing gender ideologies: a conceptual framework for the analysis of education amongst Batswana of Botswana, c.1840-c.1994
(Research and Development Unit, University of Botswana. http://www.thuto.org, 1997)
In both precolonial and Westerm forms of schooling, education was a crucial medium of construction and articulation of ideas concerning the role and behaviour of women. Precolonial education reproduced and maintained sharp ...
Colonial initiatives and Afreican responses in the esdtablishment of the dairy industry in the Bechuanaland Protectorate, 1930-1966
(Research and Development Unit, University of Botswana http://www.thuto.org, 1999)
The dairy industry arose in Bechuanaland primarily as an alternative to beef production in response to South Africa's restrictions on the import of cattle from the Protectorate African dairy producers were at a disadvantage ...