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Artikels in Vakwetenskaplike Tydskrifte: 2005

BERKHOUT S. 2005. The decentralization debate: thinking about power as govern-mentality. International Review of Education. In press.

BERKHOUT S. 2005. Oor verbeelding en verwerkliking in opvoedingsbeleid. South African Journal of Education. 25(2): 127-131.

BITZER EM. 2005. First-year students' perceptions of generic skills competence and academic performance. South African Journal of Higher Education. 19(3): In press.

BITZER EM & MENKVELD H. 2005. Drawing on indigenous knowledge: Students learning in and from a rural community. South African Journal of Higher Education. 18(3): In press.

BITZER EM. 2005. Secondary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa: Exploring Research Priorities with the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD). Africa Education Review. 33(2): In press.

CARL AE. 2005. The "voice of the teacher" in curriculum development: A voice crying in the wilderness? South African Journal of Education. 25(4): 223-228.

CARL AE. 2005. Reflections on the role of the departmental chairperson at a South African university. Africa Education Review. 34(1): In press.

DANIELS D. 2005. Diversity Stories in Community Research and Action. American Journal of Community Psychology.

DE KLERK J. 2005. Karakteropvoeding in Suid-Afrikaanse Skole. KOERS. In press.

DE KLERK J & HOWES S. 2005. 'Tot Nut van het Algemeen': A symbiotic relationship between church and school. Nederduits Gereformeerde Teologiese Tydskrif. In press.

DE KLERK J. 2005. LewensoriŽntering in Suid-Afrikaanse skole: Menings en verwagtings van ouers en leerders. Acta Academica. In press.

ENGELBRECHT P & OSWALD M. 2005. High school educators' democratic values as manifested in their educational practice and attitudes towards inclusive education. Education as Change. 8(2): 4-32.

ENGELBRECHT P; OSWALD M; SWART E; KITCHING A & ELOFF I. 2005. Parents experiences of their rights in the implementation of inclusive education in South Africa. School Psychology International. 26(4): 459-478.

LE GRANGE L. 2005. Guattari's Philosophy of Environment and its Implications for Environmental Education in (Post) Colonial Africa. Southern African Journal of Environmental Education. 22: 35-45.

LE GRANGE L & BEETS P. 2005. Geography Education in South Africa after a decade of democracy. Geography, Autumn 2005. In press.

LE GRANGE L & BEETS P. 2005. "Africanising" assessment practices: does the notion of ubuntu hold any promise? South African Journal of Higher Education. In press.

LE GRANGE L. 2005. The idea of engagement and the African University in the 21st century some reflections. South African Journal of Higher Education. In press.

LE GRANGE L. 2005. Reflexivity and new modes of knowledge production: the case of the human and social sciences. South African Journal of Higher Education. In press.

LE GRANGE L & GALYAM N. 2005. Improving thinking skills in science of learners with (dis)abilities. South African Journal of Education. 25(4): 239-246.

LE GRANGE L. 2005. The scholarship of teaching as deconstructive force. Education as Change. 9(1): In press.

LE GRANGE L & BEETS PAD. 2005. Continuity and progression: the Achilles' heel of the National Curriculum Statement for Geography? South African Journal of Education. 25(3): 190-197.

LE GRANGE L & BEETS PAD. 2005. (Re)conceptualizing validity in (outcomes-based) assessment. South African Journal of Education. 25(2): 114-119.

MENKVELD H. 2005. Geletterdheidsontwikkeling by Graad R-leerders: 'n Gevallestudie. Per Linguam. 20(2): In press.

POTGIETER JR & HERBERT EJ. 2005. Mood states during a successful world record underwater diving attempt. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 101: 862-868.

REDDY CPS; DILLON J; KETLHOILWE M & RAMSARUP P. 2005. Designing Research in Environmental Education Curriculum Policy Construction, Conceptualisation and Implementation as Exemplified by Southern African Examples. Southern African Journal of Environmental Education. 22: 156-164.

ROUX CD & DU PREEZ P. 2005. Religion in Education: An emotive research domain. Scriptura (International Journal for Bible, Religion and Theology in Southern Africa). 89: 273-282(10).

ROUX CD. 2005. Religion in Education: perceptions and practices. Scriptura (International Journal for Bible, Religion and Theology in Southern Africa). 89: 293-306(14).

SMIT K & VAN ETTEN B. 2005. Learning material in compliance with the Revised National Curriculum Statement: a dilemma. Pythagoras. 62: 48-58.

SWART E & MACDONALD H. 2005. The culture of Bullying at a Primary School. Education as Change. 8(2): 33-55.

TERBLANCHE E; KROFF J & L PRINS. 2005. Kinanthrophometric and physiological differences between elite and sub-elite endurance kayak paddlers. The South African Journal of Sports Medicine. 17(4): 4-10.

VAN DER MERWE FJG. 2005. Sport in captivity during the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance. 11(4): 451-463.

VAN DER MERWE FJG. 2005. Die aard van sport en spele in die konsentrasiekampe tydens die Anglo-boereoorlog, 1899-1902. Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Navorsing in Sport, Liggaamlike Opvoedkunde en Ontspanning. 27(2): 129-141.

VAN DER WALT C & FOURIE H. 2005. Developing a learner's corpus: the case of a first-year module in Mathematics. Lixikos. In press.

VAN DER WALT C. 2005. Multilingual universities. South African Journal of Higher Education. 19(4): In press.

VAN DEVENTER KJ. 2005. Politics, policy and physical education. Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Navorsing in Sport, Liggaamlike Opvoedkunde en Ontspanning. 27(2): 143-157.

VAN DEVENTER KJ & AFRICA EK. 2005. BewegingsvermoŽns van 7-9 jarige dogters in die Stellenbosch-omgewing: 'n Vergelyking. Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Navorsing in Sport, Liggaamlike Opvoedkunde en Ontspanning. 27(1): 135-150.

VAN WYK B. 2005. Higher Education and the market: influence and responses. Acta Academica. 37(3): 41-64.

VAN WYK B. 2005. Performativity in higher education transformation in South Africa. South African Journal of Higher Education. 19(1): 5-19.

VAN WYK B. 2005. Exploring constitutive meanings of educational transformation in South Africa. Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education. In press.

VENTER RE; TERBLANCHE E; FOURIE L & FERREIRA S. 2005. Physical and physiological profiles of Boland netball players. South African Journal of Sports Medicine. 17(2): 3-7.

VENTER RE; TERBLANCHE E; PAGE C & KROFF J. 2005. The effect of backward locomotion training on the body composition and cardiorespiratory fitness of young woman. International Journal of Sports Medicine. 26: 214-219.

VENTER RE; POTGIETER JR & DU TOIT L. 2005. The relationship between cardiorespiratory fitness, body composition and physical self-perception of adolescent girls. Journal of Human Movement Studies. 48: 353-364.

WAGHID Y & NOVEMBER I. 2005. Paradoxes of teaching as deliberation. South African Journal of Higher Education. 19(6): In press.

WAGHID Y; TAYLOR DJL & BERKHOUT SJ. 2005. In defence of institutional autonomy and academic freedom. South African Journal of Higher Education. 19(6): 1177-1185.

WAGHID Y & ZECHA G. 2005. Critical notes on the teacher education audit in South Africa. South African Journal of Higher Education. In Press.

WAGHID Y & ADAMS F. 2005. Managerialism and higher education governance: implications for South African Universities. South African Journal of Higher Education. 25(1): 25-33.

WAGHID Y. 2005. On the possibility of an African university towards a scholarship of criticism deliberation and responsibility. South African Journal of Higher Education. 11(4): 427-439.

WAGHID Y. 2005. Reclaiming freedom and friendship through postgraduate student supervision. Teaching in Higher Education. 11(4): 427-439.

WAGHID Y. 2005. Education, imagination and forgiveness. Journal of Education. 37: 215-232.

WAGHID Y & MENKVELD H. 2005. Verhoogde relevansie van die hoŽr onderwyspraktyk bemoontlik deur 'n verskuiwing in kennisproduksie tydens transformasie. Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe. 45(1): 68-78.

WAGHID Y. 2005. On the possibility of cultivating justice through teaching and learning: an argument for civic reconciliation in South Africa. Policy Futures in Education. 3(2): 132-140.

WAGHID Y & ADAMS F. 2005. In defence of deliberative democracy: challenging less democratic school governing body practices. South African Journal of Education. 25(1): 25-33.

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