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Vivienne Bozalek
Vivienne Bozalek
Emerita Professor, Women's and Gender Studies, University of the Western Cape. Honorary Professor
Verified email at uwc.ac.za
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The role of blended learning in the clinical education of healthcare students: a systematic review
M Rowe, J Frantz, V Bozalek
Medical teacher 34 (4), e216-e221, 2012
3522012
Diffraction or reflection? Sketching the contours of two methodologies in educational research
V Bozalek, M Zembylas
International journal of qualitative studies in education 30 (2), 111-127, 2017
2282017
(Mis) framing higher education in South Africa
V Bozalek, C Boughey
Social Policy & Administration 46 (6), 688-703, 2012
2212012
The use of emerging technologies for authentic learning: AS outh A frican study in higher education
V Bozalek, D Gachago, L Alexander, K Watters, D Wood, E Ivala, ...
British Journal of educational technology 44 (4), 629-638, 2013
1352013
Institutional context matters: The professional development of academics as teachers in South African higher education
B Leibowitz, V Bozalek, S Van Schalkwyk, C Winberg
Higher Education 69 (2), 315-330, 2015
1312015
South African social welfare policy: an analysis using the ethic of care
S Sevenhuijsen, V Bozalek, A Gouws, M Minnaar-McDonald
Critical Social Policy 23 (3), 299-321, 2003
1282003
Using G oogle D rive to facilitate a blended approach to authentic learning
M Rowe, V Bozalek, J Frantz
British Journal of Educational Technology 44 (4), 594-606, 2013
1262013
Technology enhanced teaching and learning in South African higher education–A rearview of a 20 year journey
D Ng'ambi, C Brown, V Bozalek, D Gachago, D Wood
British Journal of Educational Technology 47 (5), 843-858, 2016
1252016
Tronto's notion of privileged irresponsibility and the reconceptualisation of care: implications for critical pedagogies of emotion in higher education
M Zembylas, V Bozalek, T Shefer
Gender and education 26 (3), 200-214, 2014
1142014
Acknowledging privilege through encounters with difference: Participatory Learning and Action techniques for decolonising methodologies in Southern contexts
V Bozalek
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 14 (6), 469-484, 2011
1132011
‘Ah, but the whiteys love to talk about themselves’: Discomfort as a pedagogy for change
B Leibowitz, V Bozalek, P Rohleder, R Carolissen, L Swartz
Race Ethnicity and Education 13 (1), 83-100, 2010
1112010
Transforming teaching with emerging technologies: Implications for higher education institutions
V Bozalek, D Ng'ambi, D Gachago
South African Journal of Higher Education 27 (2), 419-436, 2013
1022013
Exploring power and privilege using participatory learning and action techniques
V Bozalek, L Biersteker
Social Work Education 29 (5), 551-572, 2010
1022010
The scholarship of teaching and learning from a social justice perspective
B Leibowitz, V Bozalek
Teaching in Higher Education 21 (2), 109-122, 2016
962016
Child abuse in South Africa: An examination of how child abuse and neglect are defined
L Pierce, V Bozalek
Child Abuse & Neglect 28 (8), 817-832, 2004
962004
Discerning critical hope in educational practices
V Bozalek, B Leibowitz, R Carolissen, M Boler
Routledge, 2014
862014
Access to higher education in South Africa
B Leibowitz, V Bozalek
Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning 16 (1), 91-109, 2014
842014
Socializing care: Feminist ethics and public issues
J Tronto, N Noddings, E Buker, S Sevenhuijsen, V Bozalek, A Gouws, ...
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2006
822006
Students’ evaluations of the use of e-learning in a collaborative project between two South African universities
P Rohleder, V Bozalek, R Carolissen, B Leibowitz, L Swartz
Higher education 56 (1), 95-107, 2008
792008
Analysing the professional development of teaching and learning from a political ethics of care perspective
VG Bozalek, W McMillan, DE Marshall, M November, A Daniels, ...
Teaching in Higher Education 19 (5), 447-458, 2014
672014
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