Radical Solutions for Education in Africa

Author: Daniel Burgos

Publisher: Springer Nature

Total Pages: 294

This chapter explores the context of online access and resources on the continent as contextualisation for open education and self-directed learning in Africa. This conceptual chapter provides an overview of the relevant scholarship on ...
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Radical Solutions and eLearning

Author: Daniel Burgos

Publisher: Springer Nature

Total Pages: 247

Practical Innovations and Online Educational Technology Daniel Burgos ... and description of a learning cycle towards enabling demiurgic access through self-directed multimodal learning within a South African university context.
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Radical Solutions and Learning Analytics

Author: Daniel Burgos

Publisher: Springer Nature

Total Pages: 227

Finally, the chapter provides guidelines for use by researchers and research ethics review committees—within the field of education in the South African context—specifically focusing on personalized learning and teaching through big ...
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Radical Solutions in Palestinian Higher Education

Author: Daniel Burgos

Publisher: Springer Nature

Total Pages:

Since then, many education services opened their license and the internet to share teaching and learning resources. Besides, the Cape Town Open Education ... In some countries such as The USA, the UK, and South Africa succeeded in ...
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Issues in African Education

Author: A. Abdi

Publisher: Springer

Total Pages: 320

Policies for African women's education cannot be based on Western feminist theories, be they liberal or radical. ... Africans insist that policy solutions that ignore the cultural dimension of gender and education alienate them and thus ...
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Sustainable Development in Africa

Author: Walter Leal Filho

Publisher: Springer Nature

Total Pages: 741

In: Burgos D (ed) Radical Solutions and eLearning. Springer Nature, Singapore, pp 117–130. https://doi.org/10. 1007/978-981-15-4952-6_8 Olivier J (2020b) Self-directed open educational practices for a decolonized South African ...
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Education in the Third World

Author: Keith Watson

Publisher: Routledge

Total Pages: 256

Uhile much of early Uestern education in Africa revolved around the missions, Keith Uatson shous hou this uas also the ... and because neocolonial influ ences on structures, syllabuses and examinations have pre vented radical solutions.
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