Byron Bunt
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The extent to which teachers nurture creative thinking in the grade 9 Social Sciences classroom through the choice of teaching methods
BJ Bunt
North-West University, 2012
52012
Where have all the learners gone?(A small scale study to determine reasons for the decline in numbers of learners taking History in the FET Phase)
LJ Meyer, D Blignaut, D Braz, B Bunt
The South African Society for History Teaching (SASHT) under the auspices of …, 2008
42008
The nurturing of creativity in the History classroom through teaching methods-the views of teachers and learners
B Bunt
Yesterday and Today, 107-124, 2009
32009
Using an artificial life simulation to enhance reflective critical thinking among student teachers
B Bunt, G Gouws
Smart Learning Environments 7, 1-19, 2020
22020
Potential benefits of a Puzzle Video Game-Cognitive Enrichment Programme for the development of critical thinking among first year BEd students
BJ Bunt
North-West University (South Africa)., 2019
22019
The Efficacy of Habits of Mind in the Inculcation of Self-Directed Learning Skills in Pre-Service Teachers
GP Van Tonder, BJ Bunt, A Petzer, HD Bosch, N Van Deventer, A Gerber, ...
International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research 20 (2 …, 2021
2021
Developing a serious game artefact to demonstrate World War II content to History students
BJ Bunt, LR Bunt
Yesterday and Today, 42-59, 2019
2019
New Generation History: Grade 11 learner's book
B Bunt
Yesterday and Today, 276-279, 2015
2015
New Generation History: Grade 11 learner's book
B Bunt
Yesterday and Today, 276-279, 2015
2015
Frank, F. et. al. 2015. New Generation History: Grade 11 learner’s book.[Book review]
B Bunt
The South African Society for History Teaching (SASHT) under the auspices of …, 2015
2015
Cognitive development strategies within the history classroom
BJ Bunt
The extent to which teachers nurture creativity in the History classroom through the choice of teaching methods
B Bunt
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