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  • Radebe, Ntombi Gladys (Welkom: Central University of Technology, Free State, 1995)
    The education system in South Africa is undergoing transitional change therefore the principal's role and perceptions concerning this role also become affected. Traditionally principals managed schools without opposition ...
  • Dos Santos, Maria Catarina Fernandes Murteira (Welkom: Central University of Technology, Free State, 2000)
    The South African society is becoming increasingly more culturally diverse. It is evident, too that, as the South African society becomes more and more pluralistic, so do the classrooms. All learners who are talcing ...
  • Segola, Kgosietsile Ben (Welkom: Central University of Technology, Free State,, 2015)
    This study is intended to explore educator’s perceptions of the factors influencing learner’s choice of Physical Sciences in Grade 10 and is in particular a case study of the Lejweleputswa District. In order to meet the ...
  • Selaledi, David K. (Welkom: Central University of Technology, Free State, 1996)
    The purpose of this research was to assess teachers' sense of efficacy in schools in the major urban centres of the Free State Province after May 10, 1994. The study had two major objectives. Firstly, the study sought ...
  • Moeketsi, Rafani Simon (Welkom: Central University of Technology, Free State, 1996)
    This is an investigation into the use of learning strategies and their influence on achievement in History. As a principal of Matlasane Secondary School, with many years of experience in the teaching field, the researcher ...
  • Honiball, Marike ([Bloemfontein?] : Central University of Technology, Free State, 2011)
    This dissertation outlines a procedural scanning process using the portable ZCorporation ZScanner® 700 and provides an overview of the developments surrounding 3D scanning technologies; specifically their application for ...
  • E. Lizbe, E. Lizbe (Bloemfontein: Central University of Technology, Free State, 1998)
    For children time in front of the camera should be fun time. Too often people force their children into their best clothes and put them into a strange studio with bright, warm lights, forcing them to smile for the camera. ...
  • van Schalkwyk, Hannelie (Bloemfontein: Central University of Technology, Free State, 1999)
    To travel the world and bring it into the homes of others to entice them to travel to exotic destinations , to see the world. But could you imagine travelling without a camera to capture your memories , unthinkable ...
  • I'ons, Graham R (Bloemfontein: Central University of Technology, Free State, 1992)
    Just as trave llers of past centuries recorded their personal impressions in diaries; the modern day trave ller lIses a camera to record the sight s and events of his Journeys . 2 T ravel photography IS as old as ...
  • Rowe, M. (Bloemfontein: Central University of Technology, Free State, 1995)
    without Travel Photography it would be impossible to have an idea of how our ancestors lived, worked and what exotic places they visited. Travel photography can therefore indirectly keep us in touch with our past. In ...
  • Horn, Rian (Bloemfontein: Central University of Technology, Free State, 1995)
    The search for a direct colour-sensitive medium continued after black-and-white photography was brought to a workable point, satisfying the needs of art and commercial use for the time. 1 In 1891 Gabriel Lippman, ...
  • Koai, Mojalefa I. (Bloemfontein: Central University of Technology, Free State, 2015)
    The central role of language in governance need not be argued; it is self-evident. Effective communication between the political leadership and the state administration, between individual government bodies and institutions, ...
  • Duddy, Nicole (Bloemfontein: Central University of Technology, Free State, 1991)
    Since its invention scarcely more than a century and a half ago, photography has become not only a phenomenal technical means of communication and visual expression, but unquest:lonably the world's most powerful imagemaking ...
  • CRAVEN, Catherine H (Bloemfontein: Central University of Technology, Free State, 1998)
    Fashion is seen as a glamorous world full of beautiful people and exorbitant amounts of money. I t was decided to get a closer look at this world as seen through the eyes of those who participate. This study consists of ...
  • CRA VEN, Catherine H. (Bloemfontein: Central University of Technology, Free State, 1998)
    Fashion is seen as a glamorous world full of beautiful people and exorbitant amounts of money. I t was decided to get a closer look at this world as seen through the eyes of those who participate. This study consists of ...
  • Rowe, M. (Bloemfontein: Central University of Technology, Free State, 1997)
    Since the invention of the camera, travel and photography have become S)11Onymous with each other, and today most people include their cameras when going on a journey. Faroff places arouse curiosity in people and as ...
  • Joubert, Nico J.P. (Bloemfontein: Central University of Technology, Free State, 1992)
    Photography has always been closely tied to the concepts of time and place. The documentarian and the fine art photographer each inspire a similar kind of wonder, how were they able to see and capture so remarkably the ...

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