Presenting principles, ideas, and tools for designing the best possible learning opportunities, these case studies emphasize the importance of teachers as agents of change. Based on longitudinal research conducted in teacher-training classrooms and in schools, the discussion offers practical strategies for moving away from traditional approaches in the classroom—particularly in very difficult educational settings.
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Johannes A. Slabbert is an associate professor in curriculum studies at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. Dorothea M. de Kock is the recipient of the Education Innovation Award from the University of Pretoria in recognition of her work in developing an innovative postgraduate teacher-education program. Annemarie Hattingh is an associate professor in the department of curriculum studies and the director of the Joint Centre for Mathematics, Science & Technology Education at the University of Pretoria
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