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Bongani D. Bantwini
Bongani D. Bantwini
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How teachers perceive the new curriculum reform: Lessons from a school district in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
BD Bantwini
International journal of educational development 30 (1), 83-90, 2010
3232010
District professional development models as a way to introduce primary‐school teachers to natural science curriculum reforms in one district in South Africa
BD Bantwini
Journal of Education for Teaching 35 (2), 169-182, 2009
712009
School district leadership styles and school improvement: evidence from selected school principals in the Eastern Cape Province
P Moorosi, BD Bantwini
South African Journal of Education 36 (4), 1-9, 2016
612016
District officials' assumptions about teacher learning and change: Hindering factors to curriculum reform implementation in South Africa
BD Bantwini, EL King-McKenzie
International Journal of Education 3 (1), 1, 2011
452011
Factors affecting South African district officials’ capacity to provide effective teacher support
BD Bantwini, N Diko
Creative education 2 (03), 226, 2011
432011
Primary school science teachers’ perspectives regarding their professional development: Implications for school districts in South Africa
BD Bantwini
Professional development in education 38 (4), 517-532, 2012
412012
South African science teachers' perceptions of the nature of science
SR Linneman, P Lynch, R Kurup, P Webb, B Bantwini
African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education …, 2003
412003
Public-union sector politics and the crisis of education in South Africa
M Letseka, B Bantwini, E King-McKenzie
Creative Education 3 (07), 1197, 2012
362012
South African teachers caught between nation building and global demands: is there a way out/forward?
BD Bantwini, M Letseka
Educational studies 52 (4), 329-345, 2016
222016
Supporting teachers to enhance students’ success in the USA and South Africa
E King-McKenzie, B Bantwini, B Bogan
International Journal of Humanities and Social Science 3 (15), 25-33, 2013
222013
Analysis of teaching and learning of natural sciences and technology in selected Eastern Cape province primary schools, South Africa
B Bantwini
Journal of Education, 39-64, 2017
212017
Developing a culture of collaboration and learning among natural science teachers as a continuous professional development approach in a province in South Africa
BD Bantwini
Teacher Development 23 (2), 213-232, 2019
182019
Analysis of the state of collaboration between natural science school district officials and primary school science teachers in South Africa
BD Bantwini
Journal of Baltic Science Education 14 (5), 586-598, 2015
132015
Integrating Reading, Science, and Social Studies: Using the Bogan Differentiated Instruction Model.
BL Bogan, EK McKenzie, BD Bantwini
Online Submission, 2012
132012
School district support to schools: voices and perspectives of school principals in a province in South Africa
BD Bantwini, P Moorosi
International Journal of Leadership in Education 21 (6), 757-770, 2018
112018
Left behind in a democratic society: A case of some farm school primary schoolteachers of natural science in South Africa
BD Bantwini, NN Feza
International Journal of Leadership in Education 20 (3), 312-327, 2017
112017
Science and the publics: A review of public understanding of science studies
V Reddy, A Juan, M Gastrow, B Bantwini
112009
Pre-Service Teachers' Perceptions of Co-Teaching of Professional Development School Teachers and University Faculty.
E King-McKenzie, S Delacruz, B Bantwini, B Bogan
School-university partnerships 6 (2), 64-77, 2013
92013
District officials’ perspectives regarding factors that impede the attainment of quality basic education in a province in South Africa
BD Bantwini
Education 3-13 47 (6), 717-729, 2019
72019
Do teachers’ learning styles influence their classroom practices? A case of primary school natural science teachers from South Africa
BD Bantwini
International Journal of Educational Sciences 11 (1), 1-14, 2015
72015
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