Christison Rare Books (IOBA, SABDA): Education
trouvé: 8 livres

 
BALLARD, MARTIN
The Story of Teaching
(London, Longmans Young Books, 1969). . 8vo, scuffed pictorial dustwrapper, original red cloth, past owner's name on front free endpaper, pp. (x) + 101, incl. index, liberally illustrated. Good condition. "The teacher is part of a vital, expanding profession which both reflects the attitudes of society and guides those of future generations. For any young person thinking of a career in teaching this brief introduction provides a useful background to the development of the profession and to some of the ideas and practices which influenced the progress of teaching to the term we use today.".
Christison Rare BooksVendeur professionnel
N° du livre: 2048
GBP 3.50 [Appr.: EURO 4 | CHF 4.5]
Catalogue: Education
Mots-clés: . History. Careers.

 
DREYER, NIC (EDITOR)
ABC Vir Geskiedenisonderrig Vir Senior Primêr en Junior Sekondêr
(Pretoria: Academica, 1984) 0868741965. . 8vo; original papered boards; pp. 255; monochrome illustrations, tables, diagrams. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. A very detailed study of the teaching of history up to junior high school level, in a South African context..
Christison Rare BooksVendeur professionnel
N° du livre: 8121
GBP 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 11 | CHF 12]
Catalogue: Education
Mots-clés: . Historiography. Africa

 
DREYER, NIC (EDITOR)
ABC Vir Geskiedenisonderrig Vir Senior Primêr en Junior Sekondêr
(Pretoria: Academica, 1984) 0868741965. . 8vo; original papered boards; pp. 255; monochrome illustrations, tables, diagrams. Boards partially sunned; text-block bound upside down; trace of browning to edges. Good condition. Afrikaans text. A very detailed study of the teaching of history up to junior high school level, in a South African context..
Christison Rare BooksVendeur professionnel
N° du livre: 8779
GBP 6.50 [Appr.: EURO 7.25 | CHF 8]
Catalogue: Education
Mots-clés: . Historiography. Africa

 
DUMINY, P. A.
Die Begaafde Kind
(Johannesburg: South African Broadcasting Corporation, [1961]). . 212 x 135 mm; saddle-stitched card wrappers; pp. 35. Wrappers a little sunned; earlier owner's hand-stamp to title page. Good to very good condition. Afrikaans text. A series of talks about the challenges of, and approaches to, the education of gifted children..
Christison Rare BooksVendeur professionnel
N° du livre: 7096
GBP 5.00 [Appr.: EURO 5.5 | CHF 6]
Catalogue: Education
Mots-clés: . Talent. Prodigies. Genius. Wunderkind

 
HELBERG, J. L.
Laat Ons Die Jeug in Die Steek?
(Johannesburg: South African Broadcasting Corporation, [1963]). . 210 x 133 mm; saddle-stitched card wrappers; pp. 29 + (iii). Wrappers a little rubbed; earlier owner's hand-stamp to first page; slight browning. Good to very good condition. Afrikaans text. 'Daar is in die afgelope tyd baie oor die jeug geskryf en gepraat. Die onderwerp van die jeug is dus al 'n "ou saak". Nou wil ons egter die ou saak uit 'n ander hoek benader. Gewoonlik word die vraag gestel: laat die jeug ons in die steek? Of die bewering word gemaak: die jeug het ons in die steek gelaat. Nou keer ons vir 'n oomblik die vraag om, naamlik: laat óns die jeúg in die steek?'.
Christison Rare BooksVendeur professionnel
N° du livre: 7094
GBP 5.00 [Appr.: EURO 5.5 | CHF 6]
Catalogue: Education
Mots-clés: Generation Gap. Child Rearing. Parenthood

 
HOWES, R. B., AND H. J. MANDELBROTE
Juta Se Geskiedenis Vir Matrikulasiestudente
(Cape Town: Juta, preface dated 1926, 2nd edition). . Afrikaans reworking by G. W. Eybers and Anna M. Malan. Crown 8vo; original tan cloth, with black lettering to spine and upper cover; pp. vi + 441; maps, incl. folding. Extremities chafed, with archival tape reinforcing to joints, hinges, and head and tail of backstrip; heavily annotated; endpapers scuffed; earlier owner's name to front free endpaper; some foxing. Fair condition. This book provides a window on the fairly selective teaching of history in South Africa at the time. "Hierdie boek is geskrywe om te voldoen aan die vereistes van die nuwe Matrikulasieleerplan wat, hoewel dit die belangrikste kenmerke van die vorige een behou, die geskiedenis van die ontwikkeling van Suid-Afrika tot op die datum van die Unie bring en die loop van die algemene geskiedenis nagaan tot by die uitbreek van die Groot Oorlog, wat die end van 'n bepaalde tydperk kenmerk.".
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N° du livre: 8116
GBP 8.50 [Appr.: EURO 9.5 | CHF 10.5]
Catalogue: Education
Mots-clés: . African Schools. . Union

 
VAN JAARSVELD, F. A., AND J. I. RADEMEYER
Teorie en Metodiek Vir Geskiedenisonderrig
(Johannesburg: Voortrekkerpers, 1960). . 8vo; original boards; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 230. Dustwrapper somewhat rubbed and a little edgeworn; trace of spotting to top edge; some underlining and marginal annotations by an earlier owner, a prominent academic. Good. Afrikaans text. A primer for the teaching of history in South African schools during the period of National Party government, providing a theoretical background and pointers for directing the student's understanding of the subject. Under 'Beligting van eietydse probleme', one finds the following guidelines: 'In nou verband met die verbreding van die intellektuele horison van die kind staan die beligting van die sake van die dag. … Die intelligente kind wat bewus word van bv. die rassevraagstuk kan gelei word om die probleem "histories" te sien, d.w.s. teen die breë agtergrond van die eerste kontak tussen die rasse in Suid-Afrika; die ontwikkeling daarvan en die veranderinge van die land se sosiale verhoudinge as gevolg van 'n ekonomiese omwenteling, wat deur die ontdekking van diamante en goud en die vestiging van industrieë moontlik gemaak is. Dan sal hulle verstaan dat die samelewing van 'n agrariese na 'n industriële verander het wat sy eie arbeidsprobleme te voorskyn gebring het.'.
Christison Rare BooksVendeur professionnel
N° du livre: 8162
GBP 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 16.5 | CHF 18]
Catalogue: Education
Mots-clés: . . . Historiography

 
MARKS, SHULA (EDITOR)
'Not Either an Experimental Doll'. The Separate Worlds of Three South African Women. Correspondence of Lily Moya, Mabel Palmer and Sibusisiwe Makhanya
(Durban and Pietermaritzburg, Killie Campbell Africana Library and University of Natal, 1987). . 205 x 145 mm; laminated pictorial wraps; pp. 217 including index; black-and-white photographs. Small pen notation inside upper cover obliterated with deletion fluid. Very good condition. "Three women - two of them black - meet in the pages of this unusual book. Lily Moya was a Transkei schoolgirl growing up in lonely and alien surroundings. She sought help with her education from Mabel Palmer, an elderly white academic, then Organiser of the Natal University College's Non-European Section. The third was Sibusisiwe Makhanya, a remarkable Zulu woman and a pioneer social worker. Their letters illuminate more of the South African condition than the majority of history textbooks; the generosities, yet humiliations, of white liberalism; the nature of mission education; the socialisation of black girls; and the dilemmas they confront. They also reveal the separate worlds which we all inhabit, but which are made more frightening and more separate by the divisions of age, ethnicity and race. But for all their differences, it is their passion for education which brings the three together across the chasms of class and age and race and destiny.".
Christison Rare BooksVendeur professionnel
N° du livre: 1339
GBP 5.00 [Appr.: EURO 5.5 | CHF 6]
Catalogue: Education
Mots-clés: Africa. Apartheid. . . Biography

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