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Science education for sustainable livelihoods: community development through society-responsive science curriculum reforms
(Southern Institute of Peace-building and Development Harare, Zimbabwe, 2012)
With poverty deepening, environmental degradation worsening, severe effects of climate change and natural hazards and disasters, this literature-based paper explores, raises questions and stimulates debate on society-res ...
Indigenous knowledge systems: a panacea in education for development?
(SPIRI (Society for Promoting International Research and Innovation), 2012-07)
At independence, Zimbabwe introduced an education intervention to ensure that all school going age children had access to education through its education for all policy. This move was adopted taking cognisance of the ...
The Zimbabwean first languages seem to be slowly dying a natural death: A Case of university student’s academic writing
(Greener Journal of Educational Research, 2013-09)
Communication Skills is a course offered to university students especially to first year first semester students. The essence of this course is to prepare students for study in their specific areas, to equip them with ...