Educational perspective on learning and teaching in schools as a result of corporal punishment being outlawed

First and main author: Noorullah Shaikhnag – Noorullah.Shaikhnag@nwu.ac.za Id orcid.org/ 0000-0002 1423 7696 Senior lecturer –Deputy Director, North-West University, Faculty of Education- Mafikeng campus B Com (UDW-UKZN), BEd, MED, PhD (Educational Psychology, NWU). Co-author: Thomas Buabeng Assan – Buabeng.Assan @nwu.ac.za Emeritus Professor. Faculty of Education – Mafikeng. Co-author: Professor Anna-Marie (AMF) Pelser – anna.pelser@hotmail.com iD… Continue reading Educational perspective on learning and teaching in schools as a result of corporal punishment being outlawed

The abolition of corporal punishment in schools. Progress towards teacher authority and social Justice in selected rural schools

Title: The abolition of corporal punishment in schools. Progress towards teacher authority and social Justice in selected rural schools First author: Dr Noorullah Shaikhnag Noorullah.Shaikhnag@nwu.ac.za Id orcid.org/ 0000-0002 1423 7696 Senior lecturer –Deputy Director, North-West University, Faculty of Education- Mafi keng campus B Com (UDW-UKZN), BEd, MED, PhD (Educational Psychology, NWU). Co-author: Prof Anna-Marie Pelser… Continue reading The abolition of corporal punishment in schools. Progress towards teacher authority and social Justice in selected rural schools

Shepherd leadership: A managerial leadership theory for the merging of three campuses of the North-West University

Title: Shepherd leadership: A managerial leadership theory for the merging of three campuses of the North-West University First author: Professor Anna-Marie (AMF) Pelser iD orcid.org/0000-0001-8401-3893 Research Professor, North-West University, Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences- Entity Director– GIFT, Mafi keng campus HED (Home Economics, PU for CHE), B Com (UNISA), B Com Hons (PU for… Continue reading Shepherd leadership: A managerial leadership theory for the merging of three campuses of the North-West University

Key factors affecting the quality of maize

Title: Key factors affecting the quality of maize First author: Thabang Ramogodi iD orcid.org/0000-0002-8245-2566 PhD candidate, North-West University, Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, Potchefstroom Campus. BSc Plant pathology (UP), BSc (Hons) Plant pathology (UP), MSc Quality Management (UK.) Co-author: Professor Anna-Marie (AMF) Pelser iD orcid.org/0000-0001-8401-3893 Research Professor, North-West University, Faculty of Economic and Financial… Continue reading Key factors affecting the quality of maize

Causal attributions of success and failure made by Grade 10-12 Physical Science learners

Title: Causal attributions of success and failure made by Grade 10-12 Physical Science learners Dr Shreen Gutta – shreen.gutta@gmail.com Faculty of Education – North West University Co-author: Dr Noorullah Shaikhnag – Noorullah.Shaikhnag@nwu.ac.za Id orcid.org/ 0000-0002 1423 7696 Senior lecturer –Deputy Director, North West University, Faculty of Education- Mahikeng campus B Com (UDW-UKZN), BEd, MED, PhD… Continue reading Causal attributions of success and failure made by Grade 10-12 Physical Science learners

Killer robots, humanoid companions, and super-intelligent machines: The anthropomorphism of AI in South African news articles

Title: Killer robots, humanoid companions, and super-intelligent machines: The anthropomorphism of AI in South African news articles Author: Dr. Susan Brokensha, University of the Free State. Ensovoort, volume 42 (2021), number 6: 3 Abstract How artificial intelligence (AI) is framed in news articles is significant as framing influences society’s perception and reception of this emerging… Continue reading Killer robots, humanoid companions, and super-intelligent machines: The anthropomorphism of AI in South African news articles

Carrying Von Bertalanffy’s baton: Systems, complexity and network science, Part 3

Title: Carrying Von Bertalanffy’s baton: Systems, complexity and network science, Part 3 Author: Dr. Burgert Senekal, University of the Free State. Ensovoort, volume 42 (2021), number 6: 2 Abstract   The first two articles in this three-part article series showed how network science realised the vision of Von Bertalanffy. In the current article, concepts such… Continue reading Carrying Von Bertalanffy’s baton: Systems, complexity and network science, Part 3