Suriamurthee Moonsamy Maistry
Suriamurthee Moonsamy Maistry
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Towards collaboration rather than cooperation for effective professional development of teachers in South Africa: Insights from social practice theory
SM Maistry
Southern African Review of Education with Education with Production 14 (1_2 …, 2008
Education for economic growth: A neoliberal fallacy in South Africa
S Maistry
Alternation 21 (1), 57-75, 2014
Confronting the neo-liberal brute s of a higher education middle-level manager
SM Maistry
South African Journal of Higher Education 26 (3), 515-528, 2012
Teaching and assessment in accounting: An exploration of teachers’ experiences in a rural KwaZulu-Natal School
JC Ngwenya, SM Maistry
Journal of Social Sciences 33 (1), 21-30, 2012
Transformation through the curriculum: Engaging a process of unlearning in economics education pedagogy
SM Maistry
Alternation 18 (2), 115-134, 2011
Integrating Social Responsibility into an Entrepreneurship Education Program: A Case Study.
SM Maistry, J Ramdhani
Online Submission 7 (4), 23-29, 2010
Betwixt and between: Liminality and dissonance in developing threshold competences for research supervision in South Africa
SM Maistry
South African Journal of Higher Education 31 (1), 119-134, 2017
School-university CPD partnerships: Fertile ground for cultivating teacher communities of practice
SM Maistry
South African Journal of Higher Education 22 (2), 363-374, 2008
Online chats: A strategy to enhance learning in large classes
MA Mtshali, SM Maistry, DW Govender
South African Journal of Education 35 (4), 2015
Teacher Learning in a Community of Practice: Case Study of Teachers of Economic and Management Sciences
SM Maistry
University of KwaZulu-Natal, 2005
The school economics textbook as programmatic curriculum: An exploited conduit for neoliberal globalisation discourses
SM Maistry, R David
Journal of Education (University of KwaZulu-Natal), 32-46, 2018
Lessons from the global South: Knowledge democracy and epistemic justice in higher education institutions in South Africa
SM Maistry, DB Lortan
Journal for New Generation Sciences 15 (1), 123-139, 2017
Recounting the role of emotions in learning economics: Using the Threshold Concepts Framework to explore affective dimensions of students’ learning
J Goebel, S Maistry
International Review of Economics Education 30, 100145, 2019
The ‘firstness’ of male as automatic ordering: Gendered discourse in Southern African Business Studies school textbooks
P Pillay, S Maistry
TD: The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa 14 (2), 1-9, 2018
Gender representation in contemporary grade 10 business studies textbooks in South Africa
SM Maistry, P Pillay
Perspectives in Education 32 (4), 74-92, 2014
Managing tensions in a service-learning programme: Some reflections
SM Maistry, J Ramdhani
South African Journal of Higher Education 24 (4), 555-567, 2010
Breaking the back of economic and financial (il) literacy in South Africa: A critical reflection of the role of economic education
SM Maistry
South African Journal of Higher Education 24 (3), 432-442, 2010
Pre-service accounting teachers’ attitudes to mathematics
MV Mkhize, SM Maistry
South African Journal of Education 37 (2), 1-12, 2017
Accountability and surveillance: New mechanisms of control in higher education
S Maistry
Transformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa 88 (1), 25-35, 2015
Professional accounting associations’ influence on higher education accounting pedagogy
N Wood, SM Maistry
Alternation 12, 198-239, 2014
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