Josef De Beer
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An ethnobotanical survey of the Agter–Hantam, Northern Cape Province, South Africa
JJJ De Beer, BE Van Wyk
South African Journal of Botany 77 (3), 741-754, 2011
Factors influencing work participation of adults with developmental dyslexia: a systematic review
J De Beer, J Engels, Y Heerkens, J van der Klink
BMC public health 14 (1), 1-22, 2014
Indigenous knowledge in the life sciences classroom: Put on your de Bono hats!
J De Beer, E Whitlock
The American Biology Teacher 71 (4), 209-216, 2009
The development and use of an instrument to investigate science teachers' views on indigenous knowledge
A Cronje, J De Beer, P Ankiewicz
African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education …, 2015
Letting the L1 in by the back door: Code switching and translation in Science, Mathematics and Biology classes.
C Van der Walt, DR Mabule, J De Beer
Journal for Language Teaching 35 (2 & 3), 123-134, 2001
The affordances of case-based teaching for the professional learning of student-teachers
S Gravett, J de Beer, R Odendaal-Kroon, KK Merseth
Journal of curriculum studies 49 (3), 369-390, 2017
Enriching science teaching through the inclusion of indigenous knowledge
I Kibirige, H Van Rooyen
Teaching science in the OBE classroom. Braamfontein, South Africa: Macmillan, 2006
New teachers in a pseudocommunity of practitioners
S Whitelaw, J De Beer, E Henning
Education as Change 12 (2), 25-40, 2008
Doing an ethnobotanical survey in the life sciences classroom
J De Beer, BE Van Wyk
The american biology Teacher 73 (2), 90-97, 2011
‘Situated’in a separated campus–Students’ sense of belonging and academic performance: A case study of the experiences of students during a higher education merger
J De Beer, U Smith, C Jansen
Education as Change 13 (1), 167-194, 2009
Re-imagining science education in South Africa: The affordances of indigenous knowledge for self-directed learning in the school curriculum
J De Beer
Journal for New Generation Sciences 14 (3), 34-53, 2016
The affordances of cultural-historical activity theory as a research lens in studying education from a socio-economic perspective
E Mentz, J De Beer
Proceedings of Teaching and Education Conferences, 2017
Science students creating hybrid spaces when engaging in an expo investigation project
U Ramnarain, J de Beer
Research in Science Education 43 (1), 99-116, 2013
Self-directed learning research: An imperative for transforming the educational landscape
I Oosthuizen
AOSIS, 2016
The teacher as a reflective practitioner
S Gravett, J De Beer
Becoming a teacher, 1-15, 2010
The implementation of the FET Physical-and Life Sciences curricula: Opportunities and challenges
J De Beer, U Ramnarain
unpublished report prepared for the Gauteng Department of Education, UJ …, 2012
Decolonisation of the science curriculum: a different perspective (# cookbook-labs-must-fall)
J de Beer, N Petersen
Unisa Press, 2016
Retreating to a Vygotskian stage where pre-service teachers play out social,'dramatical collisions'
J De Beer, E Henning
Acta Academica 43 (4), 203-228, 2011
Self-directed learning for the 21st century: Implications for higher education
PB Bergamin, C Bosch, A Du Toit, R Goede, A Golightly, DW Johnson, ...
AOSIS, 2019
The use of puppetry and drama in the biology classroom
J De Beer, N Petersen, S Brits
The American Biology Teacher 80 (3), 175-181, 2018
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