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Periodical articleBooyse, Celia and Chetty, Rajendra (2016)
See this documentThe significance of constructivist classroom practice in national curricular design
Africa Education Review. Volume 13 #1. p. 135-149.

Periodical articleDavids, M. Noor (2016)
'Making history compulsory': politically inspired or pedagogically justifiable?
Yesterday & today. #15. p. 84-102.

Periodical articleHiggs, Philip (2016)
See this documentThe African renaissance and the transformation of the higher education curriculum in South Africa
Africa Education Review. Volume 13 #1. p. 87-101.

Periodical articleKatuli-Munyoro, Pedzisai and Mutula, Stephen (2016)
Library and information science education and training and employabiltiy skills in Zimbabwe
African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science. Volume 26 #2. p. 131-144.

Periodical articleKleinveldt, Lynn and Schutte, Marietjie and Stilwell, Christine (2016)
See this documentEmbedded librarianship and Blackboard usage to manage knowledge and support blended learning at a South African university of technology
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Library and Information Science. Volume 82 #1. p. 62-74.

Periodical articleLyamine, Yolana and Mlambo, Nelson (2016)
Opportunity granted or denied: an analysis of teachers' implementation of English Language syllabus' learning objectives and the fate of Grade 10 ESL learners at public schools in Windhoek
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 5 #2. p. 50-65.

Periodical articleMalaba, Mbongeni (2016)
See this documentEnglish Studies: a comparative analysis of trends in South African universities and national universities in Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Botswana, Lesotho and Namibia
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #2. p. 171-186.

BookMsila, Vuyisile and Gumbo, Mishack Thiza (eds.) (2016)
Africanising the curriculum: indigenous perspectives and theories
Stellenbosch: Sun Press. 231p.

Periodical articlePier, David G. (2016)
See this documentDance, discipline, and the liberal self at a Ugandan Catholic boarding school
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 59 #3. p. 33-59.

Periodical articlePooley, Thomas M. (2016)
See this documentExtracurricular arts: poverty, inequality and indigenous musical arts education in post-apartheid South Africa
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #5. p. 639-654.

Periodical articleUtete, Christina Nyarai and Ilukena, Alex Mbonabi and Muyumbano Simasiku, Bosman (2016)
The relevance of integrating ethno-science (indigenous knowledge) into upper primary natural sciences and health education school curriculum in the Zambezi region
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 5 #2. p. 66-72.

Periodical articleMadondo, Manasa M. (2015)
An anatomy of curriculum innovation failure: the case of political economy in Zimbabwean secondary school sector
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 27 #3. p. 439-454.

Periodical articleMangena, Fainos (2015)
Mainstreaming English language, mathematics and science in Zimbabwe: some ethical challenges
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 27 #1. p. 165-182.

Periodical articleMugwisi, Tinashe and Jiyane, Veli and Knoetze, Hannalie (2015)
Children's literature and reading: are they promoted in current LIS curricula in South African universities?
Innovation: journal of appropriate librarianship and information work in Southern Africa. #50. p. 85-109.

Periodical articleNamasasu, Oswell and Mupfururirwa, Venesencia and Mupawaenda, Anna (2015)
Liberating Africa's future generations from the myth of redemptive violence through peace education
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 27 #3. p. 485-503.

BookNdiaye, Daouda (ed.) (2015)
See this documentApproches novatrices, savoirs et savoirs-faire endogènes pour une meilleure adéquation école communauté: rapport d'étude
Abidjan: Association pour le Développement de l'Education en Afrique (ADEA), Groupe de Travail sur l'Éducation Non formelle. 58p.

Periodical articleTaole, Matshidiso Joyce (2015)
See this documentTowards a meaningful curriculum implementation in South African schools: senior phase teachers' experiences
Abstract presentAfrica Education Review. Volume 12 #2. p. 266-279.

Periodical articleCastiano, Jose P. and Mkabela, Queeneth (2014)
See this documentTowards an argumentative dialogue between local knowledge and official school curriculum: a case of local curriculum in Mozambique
Abstract presentIndilinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Volume 13 #1. p. 28-40.

Periodical articleChiware, Maureen Sekayi (2014)
See this documentThe efficacy of course-specific library guides to support essay writing at the University of Cape Town
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Library and Information Science. Volume 80 #2. p. 27-35.

Periodical issueDu Preez, Petro (ed.) (2014)
Roux-volution: from religious studies to human rights in education for diverse cultural, religious and gender contexts
Abstract presentJournal for the Study of Religion. Volume 27 #1. p. 1-307.

BookEhindero, Sola (2014)
Intellectual foundations of curriculum development, implementation and innovation
Ogun State: Melrose Publishing Company Limited. 247p.

BookEmeagwali, Gloria and Sefa Dei, George J. (eds.) (2014)
African indigenous knowledge and the disciplines
Abstract presentRotterdam: Sense Publishers. 180p.

BookMelyani, Mohammed (2014)
Enseignement supérieur, tradition et gouvernance: le cas de l'université Kararouïn - Fas
Abstract presentParis: L'Harmattan. #4. 116p.

Periodical articleMoodley, Visvaganthie (2014)
See this documentQuality and inequality in the assessment of visual literacy in Grade 12 examination papers across six South African languages
Abstract presentLanguage Matters: Studies in the Languages of Africa. Volume 45 #2. p. 204-223.

Periodical articleNaicker, Inbanathan (ed.) (2014)
See this documentMoving towards curriculum intellectualising in the context of divergent notions of African Scholarship
Abstract presentAfrican Studies. Volume 73 #2. p. 228-240.

Periodical articleOchiagha, Terri (2014)
See this document'A little book of logic': reconstructing colonial arts of suasion at Government College, Umuahia
Abstract presentHistory in Africa. Volume 41. p. 63-82.

Periodical articleRamaligela, M.S. and Gaigher, E. and Hattingh, A. (2014)
See this documentExploring the use of Technology textbooks in medium- and well-resourced school contexts in South Africa
Abstract presentAfrica Education Review. Volume 11 #2. p. 183-200.

Periodical articleVan Niekerk, Molly and Blignaut, Seugnet (2014)
See this documentA framework for Information and Communication Technology integration in schools through teacher professional development
Abstract presentAfrica Education Review. Volume 11 #2. p. 236-253.

Periodical articleWood, Lesley and Rens, Julialet (2014)
See this documentTreating 'AIDS blindness': a critical pedagogical approach to HIV education at tertiary level
African Journal of AIDS Research. Volume 13 #1. p. 65-73.

Periodical articleAreaya, Solomon and Shibeshi, Ayalew and Tefera, Daniel (2013)
See this documentReengineering postgraduate curricula and its mode of delivery: graduate students' views of modular course delivery at Addis Ababa University
Abstract presentJournal of Higher Education in Africa. Volume 11 #1-2. p. 71-100.

Periodical articleDurand, J.F. (2013)
Paleontologie en die Suid-Afrikaanse samelewing vandag = Palaeontology and South African society today
Tydskrif vir geesteswetenskappe. Volume 53 #3. p. 331-345.

Periodical articleMwinzi, Joe M. and Higgs, Leonie G. (2013)
See this documentPhilosophy of education and the Africanization of secondary school curriculum in Kenya
Abstract presentIndilinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Volume 12 #1. p. 126-141.

Periodical articleNkwetta, Afutendem Lucas (2013)
Integrating health into the language curriculum in multilingual contexts: the case of scientific English in medical faculties in Cameroon
Intel'actuel: revue de lettres et sciences humaines. #12. p. 65-82.

Periodical articleOlele, Clara and Uche, Chinize (2013)
Popular misconceptions of entrepreneurship education in a higher education institution in Niger Delta Region of Nigera
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 25 #1. p. 38-60.

Periodical articleTawo, R.E. and Arikpo, B. and Asuquo, E. (2013)
See this documentRevisiting a student-oriented curriculum in the Nigerian secondary school system
Africa Education Review. Volume 10 #2. p. 281-297.

BookZimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) (2013)
See this documentZimbabwe general certificate of education (ZGCE) for examinations in June/November 2013 - 2017: O-level syllabus: geography (2248)
Harare: ZIMSEC. 37p.

BookZimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) (2013)
See this documentAdvance level syllabus: geography 9156: examination syllabus for 2013 - 2016
Harare: Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC).

Periodical articleDongmo, Jean-Louis (2012)
La géographie camerounaise face au défi de la transversalité
Abstract presentLes cahiers d'outre-mer. Volume 65 #259. p. 417-436.

Periodical articleDube, Luyanda (2012)
Contextualising the LIS curriculum in the Department of Information Science at Unisa through Africanisation: challenges, prospects and opportunities
Innovation: journal of appropriate librarianship and information work in Southern Africa. #45. p. 71-93.

Periodical articleGumbo, M.T. (2012)
See this documentClaiming indigeneity through the school curriculum, with specific reference to technology education
Africa Education Review. Volume 9 #3. p. 434-451.

Periodical articleVan Zyl, A. and Blaauw, P. (2012)
See this documentAn integrated project aimed at improving student success
Africa Education Review. Volume 9 #3. p. 466-484.

BookZimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) (2012)
See this documentAdvanced level syllabus History 9155
Harare: Ministry of Education Zimbabwe. 14p.

Periodical articleAdams, Rachel Nyaradzo (2011)
See this documentAfrica unknown: addressing the effects of an alienating education amongst learners in South Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 149-162.

BookAmadi, Martha N. (2011)
Current issues and trends in Nigerian higher education
Lagos: Vitaman Educational Books. 200p.

Book chapterHall, Bruce S. and Stewart, Charles S. (2011)
The historic 'core curriculum' and the book market in Islamic West Africa
In: The trans-Saharan book trade: manuscript culture, Arabic literacy and intellectual history in Muslim Africa. p. 109-174.

Periodical articleKamwendo, Gregory H. (2011)
Internationalization of the language curriculum at the University of Botswana: current trends
Abstract presentJournal of Social Development in Africa. Volume 26 #1. p. 107-133.

Periodical articleMatienga, Henry (2011)
Secondary school wood technology graduates: what have industrialists to say? A case study of furniture manufacturing industries in Southerton heavy industrial area in Harare
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 23 #2. July. p. 186-201.

Periodical articleSingh, P. (2011)
See this documentTobephobia experienced by teachers in secondary schools: an exploratory study focusing on curriculum reform in the Nelson Mandela Metropole
Abstract presentAfrica Education Review. Volume 8 #2. p. 372-388.

Periodical articleVan Wyk, Berte and Higgs, Philip (2011)
See this documentThe curriculum in an African context
Abstract presentIndilinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Volume 10 #2. p. 171-181.

Periodical articleCamara, Amadou M. (2010)
La construction de l'identité territoriale dans les programmes d'histoire et de géographie: étude comparative entre les programmes dits de 'Tananarive' et ceux en vigueur au Sénégal depuis 2004
Annales de la Faculté des lettres et sciences humaines. #40. p. 95-107.

Periodical articleKazembe, T.C. (2010)
Traditional medicine and traditional religion should be included in the school curriculum in Zimbabwe?
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 22 #1. March. p. 61-86.

Periodical articleLuckett, Kathy (2010)
Knowledge claims and codes of legitimation: implications for curriculum recontextualisation in South African higher education
Abstract presentAfricanus. Volume 40 #1. p. 4-18.

BookNational Curriculum Development Centre, Kampala (2010)
Primary five curriculum set one
Kampala: National Curriculum Development Centre. 206p.

BookNational Open University of Nigeria (2010)
See this documentPrimary school social studies curriculum and methods
Abuja: National Open University of Nigeria. 148p.

Periodical articlePrinsloo, Paul (2010)
Some reflections on the Africanisation of higher education curricula: a South African case study
Abstract presentAfricanus. Volume 40 #1. p. 19-31.

BookRepublic of Ghana. Ministry of Education, Science & Sports. Curriculum Research and Development Division, Accra (2010)
See this documentTeaching syllabus for Islamic religious studies (Senior High School 1 - 3)
Accra: Curriculum Research and Development Division (CRDD). 29p.

Periodical articleTilya, F. and Mafumiko, F. (2010)
The compatibility between teaching methods and competence-based curriculum in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #29. p. 37-56.

BookUnited Republic of Tanzania. Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (2010)
History syllabus for advanced secondary education form V-VI
Dar es Salaam: Tanzania Institute of Education. 52p.

BookUnited Republic of Tanzania. Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (2010)
History syllabus for secondary schools form I-IV
Dar es Salaam: Tanzania Institute of Education. 103p.

Periodical articleHashim, Abdulkadir (2009)
Scholars of the circles: training of q_ad_is and transmission of Islamic scholarship along the East African coast from the mid-19th century to the 21st century
Abstract presentJournal for Islamic studies. Volume 29. p. 104-143.

BookJames, Valentine U. and Etim, James S. (2009)
Educational reform in Africa: essays on curriculum, libraries, counseling, and grade levels
Abstract presentLewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press. 397p.

Periodical articleJawoniyi, Oduntan (2009)
Rethinking the religious education curricula in Nigerian schools
Abstract presentJournal for the Study of Religion. Volume 22 #2. p. 63-86.

BookKenya Institute of Education, Nairobi (2009)
Primary education social education social studies syllabus
Nairobi: Ministry of Education, Kenya Institute of Education. 76p.

Periodical articleMafela, Lily (2009)
See this documentEntrepreneurship education and community outreach at the University of Botswana
Abstract presentEastern Africa Social Science Research Review. Volume 25 #2. June. p. 31-51.

BookMinistry of Education and Vocational Training, Dar es Salaam (2009)
See this documentEnglish language academic syllabus for diploma in secondary education
Dar es Salaam: Ministry of Education and Vocational Training. 25p.

Periodical articleMoll, Michiel (2009)
See this documentInformation literacy in the new curriculum
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Library and Information Science. Volume 75 #1. p. 40-45.

BookNational Curriculum Development Centre, Uganda (2009)
See this documentPrimary four: Social Studies syllabus
Abstract presentKampala: National Curriculum Development Centre. 24p.

Periodical articleCarstens, Adelia (2008)
Preferred genres and rhetorical modes in the humanities and social sciences
Abstract presentLanguage Matters: Studies in the Languages of Africa. Volume 39 #1. p. 49-65.

Periodical articleDadzie, Perpetua S. (2008)
The renaming of the library school in Ghana: any lessons for administrators?
Abstract presentAfrican Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science. Volume 18 #1. p. 33-42.

Periodical articleMolosi, Keneilwe (2008)
Botswana's San communities and the challenge of accessing basic education: the need for a paradigm shift
Abstract presentJournal of Social Development in Africa. Volume 23 #2. p. 83-106.

Periodical articleParkinson, J. and Stears, M. (2008)
See this documentConcepts of conservation: a study of the understandings of first-year science students
Abstract presentAfrica Education Review. Volume 5 #1. p. 1-19.

BookRepublic of Ghana. Ministry of Education, Science & Sports, Accra (2008)
See this documentTeaching syllabus for Islamic religious studies (Senior High School 2 -4)
Accra: Curriculum Research and Development Division (CRDD). 37p.

Periodical articleShumba, J. and Maphosa, C. and Shumba, A. (2008)
See this documentCurriculum decision-making decentralization policy in Zimbabwe: how involved are the students in deciding curriculum content?
Abstract presentAfrica Education Review. Volume 5 #1. p. 48-67.

BookUganda. Ministry of Education and Sports (2008)
History teaching syllabus: Uganda certificate of education: senior 1- 4
Kampala: National Curriculum Development Centre (NCDC). 142p.

Periodical issueBarnes, Teresa and Mama, Amina and Diaw, Aminata (eds.) (2007)
See this documentRethinking universities II
Abstract presentFeminist Africa. #9. 145p.

Periodical articleGouws, F.E. (2007)
See this documentTeaching and learning through multiple intelligences in the outcomes-based education classroom
Abstract presentAfrica Education Review. Volume 4 #2. p. 60-74.

Periodical articleWright, Laurence (2007)
See this documentThe humanities, vocationalism and the public good: exploring 'the 'Hamlet' factor'
Abstract presentThe English Academy Review. Volume 24 #1. p. 102-117.

BookZimbabwe. Ministry of Education, Sport, and Culture (2007)
See this documentCivics education syllabus Zimbabwe junior certificate
Harare: Curriculum Development Unit. 20p.

Periodical articleAdmassie, Yeraswork and Yntiso, Gebre (2006)
See this documentSociological and Anthropological Training in Ethiopia
Abstract presentAfrican Sociological Review. Volume 10 #1. p. 59-85.

Periodical articleMavhunga, Pharaoh Joseph (2006)
Africanising the school curriculum: a case for Zimbabwe
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 18 #3. December. p. 440-456.

BookMinistry of Education and Sports. National Curriculum Development Centre (NCDC), Kampala (2006)
The national primary school curriculum for Uganda
Kampala: NCDC, Ministry of Education and Sports.

Periodical articleMoyo, P.V. and Nyikahadzoyi, M.R. (2006)
Continuity and progression in science curricula from the primary school to the secondary school in Masvingo District in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 18 #3. December. p. 409-419.

BookUnited Republic of Tanzania. Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (2006)
History syllabus for primary schools: standard III-VII
Dar es Salaam: Tanzania Institute of Education. 92p.

Periodical articleShumba, Overson and Manokore, V. and Silitshena, P. and Sango, G. and Dhlomo, T. and Mhondoro, K. (2005)
See this documentAnalysis of learning opportunities and gaps in the teacher education curriculum on growing up and sexual maturation
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 17 #2. July. p. 137-164.

Periodical articleShumba, Overson and Kaziboni, T. and Manokore, V. and Chakuchichi, D. and Mhondoro, K. and Silitshena, P. and Sango, G. and Dhlomo, T. and Dube, R. (2005)
See this documentLearning opportunities and gaps concerning growing up and sexual maturation in the primary school syllabuses in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 17 #2. July. p. 115-136.

Periodical articleNdirangu, M. (2004)
An analysis of factors hindering the achievement of curriculum goals in Kenyan Schools
Journal of Education and Human Resources. Volume 2 #2. March. p. 89-97.

Periodical articleNel, Liesl and Clark-Unite, Cathy (2004)
Students' Perceptions of Curriculum Reform: A Case Study of the University of Port Elizabeth Development Studies Master's Programme
Abstract presentAfricanus. Volume 34 #1. p. 96-104.

Periodical articleTaylor, Donald S. and Nwosu, Peter Ogom and Mutua-Kombo, Eddah (2004)
Communication studies in Africa: the case for a paradigm shift for the 21st century
Abstract presentAfrica Media Review. Volume 12 #2. p. 1-23.

Periodical articleChavunduka, K. and Moyo, C. (2003)
See this documentPracticality of exemplary curriculum implementation materials: the case of a chemistry module in science education in-service teacher training programme
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 15 #2. July. p. 99-111.

Periodical articleMzizi, J.B. (2003)
Towards an HIV/AIDS curriculum for theological institutions: theoretical considerations
UNISWA Research Journal. Volume 17. December. p. 38-50.

Periodical articleSolomon B. (2003)
A personal reflection on utilization of social science research results in Ethiopia
I.E.R. Flambeau. Volume 10 #2. June. p. 79-87.

Periodical articleChanunkha, Robert (2002)
See this documentMusic education in Malawi
Abstract presentJournal of Humanities. #16. p. 68-86.

Periodical articleMavhunga, Pharaoh Joseph (2002)
See this documentVocationalisation of the secondary school curriculum as an instrument for human resources development: Zimbabwean experiences, challenges, and the way forward
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 14 #3. November. p. 304-319.

Periodical articleMugerwa, E.B. (2002)
Community involvement in university education: the issue of curriculum relevance
Nkumba Business Journal. Volume 4. October. p. 146-151.

Periodical articleTilahun F. (2002)
Some deficiencies in professional courses offered to diploma students in Kotebe College of Teacher Education
I.E.R. Flambeau. Volume 9 #2. June. p. 73-83.

BookAfrican Rights, Organization (2001)
The heart of education: assessing human rights in Rwanda's schools
Kigali: African Rights. 128p.

Periodical articleBroadhead, R.L. and Muula, A.S. (2001)
A medical curriculum for all seasons: a dialogue
Malawi Medical Journal. Volume 13 #3. September. p. 6-10.

Periodical articleCarl, A.E. and De Klerk, J. (2001)
Waardeopvoeding in 'n jong demokrasie en Kurrikulum 2005: panasee of mynveld?
Abstract presentTydskrif vir geesteswetenskappe. Volume 41 #1. p. 21-32.

Periodical articleEmereole, H.U. and Ratsie, E. (2001)
Teaching measurements in schools: a contextualised inquiry-discovery approach
Mosenodi. Volume 9 #2. p. 3-10.

Periodical articleGirma A. (2001)
Evaluation of training in the Health Science Faculty of Dilla College from the perspective of curriculum, teaching methodology and student evaluation
I.E.R. Flambeau. Volume 9 #1. December. p. 41-49.

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