Posts Tagged ‘Susette Brynard’

Record: Michael Olalekan Olatunji, “Contemporary Homeschooling in the Republic of South Africa: Some Lessons for Other African Nations” in Middle Eastern and African Journal of Educational Research 9 (2014): 4-16. [Available Here]

Summary: Olatunji, whose affiliation is listed as the Botswana Institute for Educational Leadership, here summarizes the home education situation in South Africa and uses it to exemplify opportunities and potential pitfalls for other African nations. (more…)

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This post reviews Susette Brynard, “Home Schooling as an Open-Learning Educational Challenge in South Africa” in South African Journal of Education 27, no. 1 (2007): 83-100.

Brynard, a lecturer in the Department of Comparative Education and Educational Management at the University of the Free State in South Africa, here provides an overview of the issue of homeschooling in the South African context, interpreting it as a viable form of “Open Learning.”  (more…)

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