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Periodical articleNaanda, A.N.; Engelbrecht, P. (2007-2008)
The development of early childhood education within an inclusive educational framework in Namibia
NERA Journal. p. 129-143.

Periodical articleHamunyela, M.N.; Gerda Bender, C.J.; Fraser, W.J. (2007-2008)
Perceptions of professional educators on parental involvement in the education of lower primary learners in rural Namibia
NERA Journal. p. 112-128.

Periodical articleShaimemanya, C.N.S. (2007-2008)
Teaching desertification: what effects do teacher attributes, classroom attributes and instructional strategies have on Namibian secondary school teachers' affective domain?
NERA Journal. p. 84-111.

Periodical articleWillemse, L. (2007-2008)
The literacy profiles of a sample of UNAM students: implications for academic reading levels
NERA Journal. p. 68-83.

Periodical articleM÷wes, A. (2007-2008)
Educators' preferred forms of schooling for learners with special needs in Namibia
NERA Journal. p. 56-67.

Periodical articleOlivier, C.E. (2007-2008)
The oral proficiency of ESL teacher trainees in different discourse domains
NERA Journal. p. 30-44.

Periodical articleAshton, D.; Lijambo, T.; Matengu, M.; Kalenga, E. (2007-2008)
Implementation of the Government of Namibia's language policy for schools in selected primary schools in Windhoek
NERA Journal. p. 17-29.

Periodical articleSmit, T.C. (2007-2008)
Academic literacy: what's in a name?
NERA Journal. p. 1-16.

Periodical articleM÷wes, A. (2004)
The levels and specific causes of stress perceived by primary and secondary school teachers in the Windhoek region
NERA Journal. p. 83-102.

Periodical articleNyathi, F.S. (2004)
Tracking in Namibia's H/IGCSE English as a subject syllabi and possible consequences
NERA Journal. p. 69-82.

Periodical articleMostert, L. (2004)
The development of a vocational interest inventory for Namibia: establishing a validity and reliability
NERA Journal. p. 49-67.

Periodical articleCantrell, M. (2004)
Shifting the debate on access: challenges for tertiary education and the economy
NERA Journal. p. 43-48.

Periodical articleMagagula, C.M.; Mdluli, N. (2004)
Teacher orientation to teaching thinking skills
NERA Journal. p. 27-41.

Periodical articleOyedele, V.I. (2004)
Effect of students' learning method on their achievements: a case study of concept-mapping in Namibia
NERA Journal. p. 15-26.

Periodical articleMakuwa, D.K. (2004)
The relationship between pedagogical conditions and learner achievement
NERA Journal. p. 1-13.

Periodical articleZimba, R.F. (2003-2004)
The role of values in educational change and reform
NERA Journal. p. 63-79.

Periodical articleOyedele, V.I. (2003-2004)
Students' misconceptions of scientific phenomena and their effects on teaching and learning processes
NERA Journal. p. 51-62.

Periodical articleLewin, A.; Murangi, G.; Trewby, R. (2003-2004)
The multiple roles of the materials developer in distance education institutions: case studies from Namibia
NERA Journal. p. 33-50.

Periodical articleChireshe, R.; Mapfumo, J.; Peresuh, M. (2003-2004)
Good and bad teachers: the secondary school students' perspective in Zimbabwe
NERA Journal. p. 19-32.

Periodical articleM÷wes, A.; Engelbrecht, P. (2003-2004)
Inclusive education and the curriculum: views of Namibian educators
NERA Journal. p. 1-18.

Periodical articleZimba, R.F. (2002)
The need for research to assess educational and other services for orphans and other children affected by HIV/AIDS in Namibia
NERA Journal. p. 97-103.

Periodical articleKabajani, C.M. (2002)
Towards defining the role of the school inspector as a multi-functional educational manager and administrator in Namibia
NERA Journal. p. 93-96.

Periodical articleBukurura, S.H. (2002)
Students take their grievances to court in Southern Africa: a wake-up call to university managers
NERA Journal. p. 77-92.

Periodical articleStoreng, M. (2002)
Reforming teaching in Namibia: taking learner-centredness to the rural classroom
NERA Journal. p. 59-75.

Periodical articleNyathi, F.S. (2002)
Theories and approaches for teaching English as a second language (ESL) writing that are known and used by Namibian ESL teachers
NERA Journal. p. 41-58.

Periodical articleIpinge, S.M.; Marin, P.M. (2002)
Using practical knowledge: research projects and rural community development in Namibia
NERA Journal. p. 31-40.

Periodical articleLiman, M. (2002)
The development and validation of scenarios to measure student teachers' perceptions of what constitutes group work
NERA Journal. p. 17-30.

Periodical articleGaoseb, N.; Lubben, F.; Kasanda, C.D. (2002)
The use of everyday contexts by mathematics and science teachers in secondary schools in Namibia
NERA Journal. p. 1-16.

Periodical articleAuala, R.K. (2001)
Quality and relevance with regard to teacher education and development in Namibia
NERA Journal. p. 85-94.

Periodical articleNyambe, J. (2001)
Teacher education under siege: the case of the basic education teachers diploma
NERA Journal. p. 72-84.

Periodical articleVillet, C. (2001)
Leadership in the instructional arena: a summary of the findings of a study on instructional leadership in Namibia
NERA Journal. p. 59-71.

Periodical articleBradley, S. (2001)
English language proficiency of Namibian teachers/student teachers and basic education principals' and teachers perceptions of the use of English in Namibian schools
NERA Journal. p. 36-58.

Periodical articleTrewby, R. (2001)
The choice of language as medium of instruction
NERA Journal. p. 22-35.

Periodical articleAlausa, A.Y. (2001)
Gender differences in the popularity of mathematics among Namibian secondary school learners
NERA Journal. p. 8-21.

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