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  • OER for African Teacher Education

    Presentation by Tessa Welch at the African Council for Distance Education meeting in February 2012.

  • Finding and Adapting Teacher Education OER.

    Presentation to the University of Fort Hare by Tessa Welch on 7th October 2011.

  • OER in Africa - The What and the How

    This presentation by Tessa Welch to the Unisa Teaching and Learning Festival provides an overview of OER, copyright matters and on how to find OER.

  • Adapting OER

    Presentation by Tessa Welch at the Unisa Teaching and Learning Festival 1 - 9 September 2011.

  • OER Life Cycle

    Powerpoint presentation by Andrew Moore and Tessa Welch.

  • Ace Maths Unit One: Exploring What It Means to 'Do' Mathematics (pdf)

    This unit gives a historical background to mathematics education in South Africa, to outcomes-based education and to the national curriculum statement for mathematics. The traditional approach to teaching mathematics is then contrasted with an approach to teaching mathematics that focuses on ?doing? mathematics, and mathematics as a science of pattern and order, in which learners actively...

  • Ace Maths Unit One: Exploring What It Means to 'Do' Mathematics (Word)

    This unit gives a historical background to mathematics education in South Africa, to outcomes-based education and to the national curriculum statement for mathematics. The traditional approach to teaching mathematics is then contrasted with an approach to teaching mathematics that focuses on ‘doing’ mathematics, and mathematics as a science of pattern and order, in which learners actively...

  • The Saide ACEMaths Project: Final Report

    A reflective report on the Saide ACEMaths project, which piloted a collaborative approach to the sourcing, adaptation and publication as Open Educational Resources (OERs) of existing suitable materials for use in a variety of South African teacher education programmes.

  • NADEOSA Quality Criteria for Distance Education in South Africa: Section Two - Quality Criteria

    These criteria were initially developed in research for the Department of Education. They have since been revised by NADEOSA through a stakeholder process. There are thirteen criteria: Policy and planning, Learners, Programme development, Course design, Course materials, Assessment, Collaborative relationships, Quality assurance, Information dissemination, Results. Additional author: Yvonne...

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