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Papers read at academic conferences: 2005

BEETS PAD. Formatiewe assessering as instrument tot effektiewe onderwys met spesifieke verwysing na Geografie-onderwys. EASA conference, North-West University, Potchefstroom, 12-14 January 2005.

BITZER EM. “African” and “Western” universities: Possible similarities and differences in organisational typology? Conference of the SA Association for Research and Development in Higher Education, University of Kwazulu-Natal, Durban, 27–29 June 2005.

BITZER EM. Learners that change: Assessing students’ perceptions in undergraduate studies. Annual international conference of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia. Sydney, Australia, 3–6 July 2005.

BITZER EM. Exploring research priorities for secondary education with the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD): A pilot study. EASA conference, North-West University, Potchefstroom, 12-14 January 2005.

BOCK JONATHAN B; GRUNDLINGH A; LE ROUX M & DE WET H. Mental toughness of Netball players. 1st International Sport Science Conference, Gaborone, Botswana, 15-18 February 2005.

BRESSAN ES & ROSSOUW CC. Approaches to training high performance athletes with disabilities. 1st International Sport Science Conference, Gaborone, Botswana, 15-18 February 2005.

BRESSAN ES & FERREIRA S. The preparation of cyclists with cerebral palsy for competition. 1st International Sport Science Conference, Gaborone, Botswana, 15-18 February 2005.

CARL AE. The voice of the teacher in curriculum development Perspectives from a South African context. International Conference on Learning, Granada, Spain, 11-14 July 2005.

CARL AE. 'n Herbesoek aan die konsep "onderwyserbetrokkenheid by kurrikulumontwikkeling". EASA conference, North-West University, Potchefstroom, 12-14 January 2005.

DANIELS D. Jolting the gendered memory of community leadership. Muslim women activism in a South African community, AEGIS, London, England, 29 June-3 July 2005.

DANIELS D. Critical knowledge production about adult learners through academic service. Community Service Learning Conference, Johannesburg University, Johannesburg, 17-18 March 2005.

DE KLERK J. Karakteropvoeding as voorvereiste vir doeltreffende onderrig. EASA conference, North-West University, Potchefstroom, 12-14 January 2005.

KRUGER E. Parodie as hibridiese teks te midde van liminale ruimtes. Conference by LITERATOR at the North-West University, Potchefstroom, 30 June-2 July 2005.

KRUGER E. Gebruik van humormateriaal in die onderrig van Afrikaans. Conference of the South African Society for Language Education, Pretoria, 4-8 July 2005.

LE GRANGE LLL. Guattari’s philosophy of environment. Presentation at the 8th International Invitational Seminar on Environmental and Health Education. Grahamstown: Rhodes University, 15-17 March 2005.

LE GRANGE LLL. Reflexivity and new modes of knowledge production: The case of the human and social sciences. Paper presented at the Knowledge Production in the 21st Century conference (Joint conference of Bergen University and SAARDHE). Scandic Hotel, Bergen, 31 August to 2 September 2005.

LE GRANGE LLL & BEETS P. ‘Africanising’ assessment practices: does the notion of Ubuntu hold any promise? Paper presented at the 14th biennial conference of the South African Association for Research and Development in Higher Education, Durban, University of Kwazulu-Natal, 26-29 June 2005.

LE GRANGE LLL. The ‘idea of engagement’ and the ‘African University in the 21st century. Paper presented at the 14th biennial conference of the South African Association for Research and Development in Higher Education, Durban, University of Kwazulu-Natal, 26-29 June 2005.

LE GRANGE LLL. An analysis of “needs talk” in relation to sustainable development. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Kenton Association. Mpekweni Resort, 2005.

LE GRANGE LLL. Integrating Western and indigenous knowledge systems: the basis for effective science and technology education in South Africa. EASA conference, North-West University, Potchefstroom, 12-14 January 2005.

MENKVELD H. Developing pre-service education practitioners’ research competencies. PRAR/CARN Conference 2005, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 4–6 November 2005.

MENKVELD H. Developing generic skills in a pre-service teacher education programme: students' perceptions. EASA conference, North-West University, Potchefstroom, 12-14 January 2005.

NEWMARK R & SMITH-TOLKEN A. A model for institutionalising service learning: Stellenbosch University. Stellenbosch University – University of Indianapolis International Symposium, Service-Learning - Models for the 21st Century: Intercommunity, Interdisciplinary, International, Stellenbosch, 20–22 November 2005.

NEWMARK R; BOSMAN C; BRAITHWAITE M & WEAKLEY D. Emerging models of service learning: The center for community psychological services. Stellenbosch University – University of Indianapolis International Symposium, Service-Learning - Models for the 21st Century: Intercommunity, Interdisciplinary, International, Stellenbosch, 20–22 November 2005.

NEWMARK R; LACKAY J; BOSMAN C & WEAKLEY D. Scholarship through engagement: Intellectual Disability Quality Lifespan Development Project. Stellenbosch University – University of Indianapolis International Symposium, Service-Learning - Models for the 21st Century: Intercommunity, Interdisciplinary, International, Stellenbosch, 20–22 November 2005.

NEWMARK R; VISAGIE P; FRANCE T; GOOSEN B & LACKAY J. A model for scholarship of engagement: Student research related to service learning. Stellenbosch University – University of Indianapolis International Symposium, Service-Learning - Models for the 21st Century: Intercommunity, Interdisciplinary, International, Stellenbosch, 20–22 November 2005.

NEWMARK R. Intellectual Disability: Quality Lifespan Development. 4th International Conference on Developmental Issues in Down Syndrome, Early Intervention and School Education – From Research to Practice, UK, 15–18 September 2005.

NEWMARK R. The voices of Individuals with Down Syndrome. 4th International Conference on Developmental Issues in Down Syndrome, Early Intervention and School Education – From Research to Practice, UK, 15–18 September 2005.

NEWMARK R & COETZEE C. A training programme for detectives interviewing young victims of sexual abuse: Implications for children with Intellectual Disability. Down Syndrome South Africa 2nd International Conference, “People and Families” African Conference, Boksburg, 29 September – 1 October 2005.

NEWMARK R & SKOTA B. The needs of Xhosa speaking learners with Down Syndrome. Down Syndrome South Africa 2nd International Conference, “People and Families” African Conference, Boksburg, 29 September – 1 October 2005.

OLIVIER AI. Teachers’ views on mathematics teacher education: different contexts and different levels . First Africa Regional Congress of the International Commission on Mathematical Instruction (ICMI). University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 22-25 June 2005.

REDDY CPS. Enabling professional development of teachers in primary schools through a resourced based INSET process. EASA conference, North-West University, Potchefstroom, 12-14 January 2005.

RIDGE E. Humour in South African Children's Literature written in English. Mini IBBY Conference. University of Western Cape, Bellville, 5 March 2005.

RIDGE E. Teachers as critical or proactive educators: taking account of identities. 33rd Annual SAALT Conference: Bridging the Gaps Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), 4-6 July 2005.

RIDGE E. The Role of ISKEMUS in promoting reading: Opportunities and Challenges. LIASA Conference. Pre-Conference Seminar 26 September 2005, University of the North-West, Nelspruit, 26-30 September 2005.

ROSSOUW CC & FERREIRA S. Challenges in coaching athletes with disabilities in the throwing events. 1st International Sport Science Conference, Gaborone, Botswana, 15-18 February 2005.

ROUX CD. Interreligious learning: teachers abilities and didactic challenges. Interdisciplinary Academic Seminar, Katholieke University, Leuven, 10-11 January 2005.

ROUX CD & DU PREEZ P. Clarifying perceptions on religion, belief systems and values: prerequisite for effective educational praxis. EASA conference, North-West University, Potchefstroom, 12-14 January 2005.

SWART E; ENGELBRECHT P & ELOFF I. Parents' experiences of inclusive education in South Africa. Simposium of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada, 10-15 April 2005.

SWART E; ENGELBRECHT P; OSWALD M; KOZLESKI EB & ELOFF I. Understanding the relationships between families and educators: a cross-case analysis from South Africa and the United States families with students with disabilities attending public schools. CEC Annual Convention & Expo, Baltimore, MD, 10-15 April 2005.

VAN DER MERWE FJG. Decisive factors influencing the occurrence of sports and games in the concentration camps during the Anlgo-Boer War, 1899-1902. 9th ISHPES congress (“New aspects of sport history”). Köln, Germany, 7-11 September 2005.

VAN DER WALT C. Training English language teachers for multilingual contexts: reluctance and rejection.’ Paper read at a conference presented by the Centre for English Language Teacher Education and Applied Linguistics (Leicester University) on Interrogating third spaces in language teaching, learning and use, Leicester, UK, 27-28 June 2005.

VAN DEVENTER KJ. Quality physical education in South Africa. Key-note presented at the International Seminar on the Quality of Physical Education and Sport (PES), National Institute of Youth, Physical Education and Sport in Porto Novo, Benin, 16-19 May 2005.

VAN DEVENTER KJ. Quality benchmarks for physical education. Paper prepared for the International Seminar on the Quality of Physical Education and Sport (PES), National Institute of Youth, Physical Education and Sport in Porto Novo, Benin, 16-19 May 2005.

VAN DEVENTER KJ. Physical education – a necessity. Paper presented at the Kids Development Academy Conference, Celebrating Excellence, Protea Hotel Stelllenbosch, 28-30 July 2005.

VAN DEVENTER KJ. Developments in physical education in South African schools: A review. Paper presented at a Research Seminar at the Department of Sport Science, Stellenbosch University, 11 October 2005.

VAN DEVENTER KJ. Physical education and school sport: A South African case study. Paper presented at the 2nd World Summit on Physical Education, Magglingen, Switzerland, 2-3 December 2005.

VAN NIEKERK E. Realities & Challenges: A Critical Reflection of Service Learning in Sport Science - A Model for Success. International Symposium on Service Learning, Stellenbosch University & University of Indianapolis, 20-22 November 2005.

VAN WYK B & HIGGS P. The call for an African university: a critical reflection. South African Association for Research and Development in Higher Education conference: The African University in the 21st Century. University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, 27-29 June 2005.

VAN WYK B. Hermeneutics and the idea of an African lifeworld. International Symposium on African Philosophy of Education organised by the German International Institute for Educational Research, Frankfurt, 29-30 August 2005.

VAN WYK B. The state of education in South Africa: critical reflections. Roundtable discussion at the International Symposium on African Philosophy of Education organised by the German International Institute for Educational Research, Frankfurt, 29-30 August 2005.

VAN WYK B & HIGGS P. African philosophy and knowledge production in higher education. Joint Conference of the South African Association for Research and Development in Higher Education and The Productive Learning Cultures Project, University of Bergen, Norway. Scandic Hotel, Bergen City. Knowledge production and higher education in the 21st Century. 31 August-2 September 2005.

VAN WYK B. Research panelist with S Pendlebury & M Abrahams (on invitation). Pitfalls in graduate research. Fifth Education Students’ Regional Research Conference, Stellenbosch University, 30 September-1 October 2005.

VAN WYK B. Exploring constitutive meanings of institutional culture. Kenton Education Association, Mpekweni Sun, (In)equality, democracy and quality, 27-30 October 2005.

VAN WYK B. Institutional culture for effective education. EASA conference, North-West University, Potchefstroom, 12-14 January 2005.

VENTER RE. Hersteltegnieke vir hoërskoolsportdeelnemers. Nasionale seminaar vir skoolhoofde, Kids Development Academy, Protea Hotel, Stellenbosch, 29 July 2005.

WAGHID Y. On the possibility of imaginative action in / beyond an African university classroom. Joint Conference of the South African Association for Research and Development in Higher Education (SAARDHE) and the Productive Learning Cultures Project (University of Bergen, Norway): Knowledge production and Higher Education in the 21st Century, Bergin (Norway), 31 August – 3 September 2005.

WAGHID Y. African philosophy of education – reconstructions and deconstructions. Paper presented at the International Symposium on African Philosophy of Education organised by the German International Institute for Educational Research, Frankfurt, 29-30 August 2005.

WAGHID Y. The state of education in South Africa: critical reflections. Roundtable discussion at the International Symposium on African Philosophy of Education organised by the German International Institute for Educational Research, Frankfurt, 29-30 August 2005.

WAGHID Y. 2005. Cultivating caring, justice and trust through imaginative action in South African university classrooms. Human Rights Education Conference: Theoretical Considerations for the 21st Century, London: Roehampton University, 17-19 June 2005.

WAGHID Y. 2005. Justice and university pedagogy: In defence of civic reconciliation. Kenton Education Association of South Africa. Port Elizabeth, Mpekweni, 27-30 October 2005.

WAGHID Y. On the possibility of imaginative action in / beyond and African university classroom changed to Reclaiming freedom and friendship through post-graduate supervision. Conference of the South African Association for Research and Development in Higher Education: The African University in the 21st Century, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, 27-29 June 2005.

WAGHID Y. Democratic citizenship, education and civic reconciliation in South Africa. Arts and Reconciliation Festival and Conference, Pretoria: University of Pretoria (On invitation), 14–20 March 2005.

WAGHID Y. Philosophy of education as action: Transcending the theory and practice divide. EASA Conference 2005, Pothchefstroom: North-West University, 13-15 January 2005.

WAGHID Y. Philosophy of Islamic education and respect for persons: in the quest of achieving social justice. National Conference on Islam and Women Organised by the World Islamic Call Society and Muslim Women Federation of South Africa. Sea Point: Protea Hotel, (On Invitation), 28-29 December 2005.

WAGHID Y. The National MEd Programme Review in Perspective: Opportunities for Educational Research. Kopanong Hotel, Kempton Park: CHE / HEQC (On Invitation), 2005.

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