Impact factor 2018

Journal Impact Factor : 0.693
5-Year Impact Factor : 0.993
Total Citations : 717
Rank in Category
(by Journal Impact Factor):   
: 209 of 243 journals,
in Education & Educational Research
Immediacy Index: : 0.192
Eigenfactor™ score : 0.00038
Articles published : 73

Source:
Originating
in 2018 Journal
Citation Reports®,
(Web of Science Group, 2019)

Journal Metrics

SNIP 2014

IPP
2014

SJR 2014

1.203

0.609

0.432

Source:
Elsevier B.V. 2015.
Journal Metrics.
Available here .
Accessed 1 July 2015.

January 2020 update

Top 10 issues mostly cited:

Number of requests Issue
86315 29(3)
58716 34(1)
52852 34(2)
45750 33(3)
44000 30(1)
42150 31(2)
33578 36(2)
32550 34(3)
32176 35(1)
30379 30(3)

Source:
SciELO Analytics 2020. South Africa: South African Journal of Education (0256-0100). Available at http://analytics.scielo.org/w/accesses/list/issues?journal=0256-0100&collection=sza. Accessed 3 January 2020.

Top 10 articles mostly cited:

Number of requests Article
60106 Kiggundu E & Nayimuli S 2009. Teaching practice: a make or break phase for student teachers. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):345-358.
30121 Ncontsa VN & Shumba A 2013. The nature, causes and effects of school violence in South African high schools. South African Journal of Education, 33(3):Art. #671, 15 pages. https://doi.org/10.15700/201503070802
25537 Marais P & Meier C 2010. Disruptive behaviour in the Foundation Phase of schooling. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):41-57.
22980 Donohue D & Bornman J 2014. The challenges of realising inclusive education in South Africa. South African Journal of Education, 34(2):Art. # 806, 14 pages. https://doi.org/10.15700/201412071114
21729 Marais P 2016. “We can't believe what we see”: Overcrowded classrooms through the eyes of student teachers. South African Journal of Education, 36(2):Art. # 1201, 10 pages. https://doi.org/10.15700/saje.v36n2a1201
21543 Moyo G, Khewu NPD & Bayaga A 2014. Disciplinary practices in schools and principles of alternatives to corporal punishment strategies. South African Journal of Education, 34(1):Art. # 779, 14 pages. https://doi.org/10.15700/201412120952
18129 Nel N & Müller H 2010. The impact of teachers’ limited English proficiency on English second language learners in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(4):635-650. https://doi.org/10.15700/saje.v30n4a393
15294 Jacobs A 2011. Life Orientation as experienced by learners: A qualitative study in North-West Province. South African Journal of Education, 31(2):212-223. https://doi.org/10.15700/saje.v31n2a481
15018 De Wet C & Wolhuter C 2009. A transitiological study of some South African educational issues. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):359-376.
13568 Maphosa C & Shumba A 210. Educators’ disciplinary capabilities after the banning of corporal punishment in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(3):387-399. https://doi.org/10.15700/saje.v30n3a361

Source:
SciELO Analytics 2020. South Africa: South African Journal of Education (0256-0100). Available at http://analytics.scielo.org/w/accesses/list/articles?journal=0256-0100&collection=sza. Accessed 3 January 2020.

 

December 2018 update

Top 10 issues mostly cited:

Number of requests Issue
76280 29(3)
54266 34(1)
49498 34(2)
40247 30(1)
40107 31(2)
38489 33(3)
29609 34(3)
29346 30(3)
29230 29(2)
28818 35(1)

Source:
SciELO Analytics 2018. South Africa: South African Journal of Education (0256-0100). Available at http://analytics.scielo.org/w/accesses/list/issues?journal=0256-0100&collection=sza. Accessed 30 December 2018.

Top 10 articles mostly cited:

Number of requests Article
67920 Kiggundu E & Nayimuli S 2009. Teaching practice: a make or break phase for student teachers. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):345-358.
36531 Ncontsa VN & Shumba A 2013. The nature, causes and effects of school violence in South African high schools. South African Journal of Education, 33(3):Art. #671, 15 pages. https://doi.org/10.15700/201503070802
32007 Marais P & Meier C 2010. Disruptive behaviour in the Foundation Phase of schooling. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):41-57.
27467 Donohue D & Bornman J 2014. The challenges of realising inclusive education in South Africa. South African Journal of Education, 34(2):Art. # 806, 14 pages. https://doi.org/10.15700/201412071114
23825 Nel N & Müller H 2010. The impact of teachers’ limited English proficiency on English second language learners in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(4):635-650. https://doi.org/10.15700/saje.v30n4a393
23010 Moyo G, Khewu NPD & Bayaga A 2014. Disciplinary practices in schools and principles of alternatives to corporal punishment strategies. South African Journal of Education, 34(1):Art. # 779, 14 pages. https://doi.org/10.15700/201412120952
22043 Jacobs A 2011. Life Orientation as experienced by learners: A qualitative study in North-West Province. South African Journal of Education, 31(2):212-223. https://doi.org/10.15700/saje.v31n2a481
21693 De Wet C & Wolhuter C 2009. A transitiological study of some South African educational issues. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):359-376.
19076 Reyneke M, Meyer L & Nel C 2010. School-based assessment: The leash needed to keep the poetic ‘unruly pack of hounds' effectively in the hunt for learning outcomes. South African Journal of Education, 30(2):277-292. https://doi.org/10.15700/saje.v30n2a339
17928 Marais P 2016. 'We can't believe what we see': Overcrowded classrooms through the eyes of student teachers. South African Journal of Education, 36(2):Art. # 1201, 10 pages. https://doi.org/10.15700/saje.v36n2a1201

Source:
SciELO Analytics 2018. South Africa: South African Journal of Education (0256-0100). Available at http://analytics.scielo.org/w/accesses/list/articles?journal=0256-0100&collection=sza. Accessed 30 December 2018.

January 2018 update

Top 10 issues mostly cited:

Number of requests Issue
52521 29(3)
42294 31(2)
39983 30(1)
37458 34(2)
35269 29(2)
31349 29(1)
27296 28(2)
26646 34(1)
26365 30(3)
25771 33(3)

Source:
SciELO Analytics 2018. South Africa: South African Journal of Education (0256-0100). Available at http://analytics.scielo.org/w/accesses/list/issues?journal=0256-0100&collection=sza. Accessed 1 January 2018.

Top 10 articles mostly cited:

Number of requests Article
55957 Kiggundu E & Nayimuli S 2009. Teaching practice: a make or break phase for student teachers. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):345-358.
30163 Marais P & Meier C 2010. Disruptive behaviour in the Foundation Phase of schooling. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):41-57.
27101 Ncontsa VN & Shumba A 2013. The nature, causes and effects of school violence in South African high schools. South African Journal of Education, 33(3): Art. #671, 15 pages. https://doi.org/10.15700/201503070802
23028 Beckmann J & Prinsloo I 2009. Legislation on school governors' power to appoint educators: friend or foe? South African Journal of Education, 29(2):171-184.
22678 Jacobs A 2011. Life Orientation as experienced by learners: a qualitative study in North-West Province. South African Journal of Education, 31(2):212-223.
21576 Reyneke M, Meyer L & Nel C 2010. School-based assessment: the leash needed to keep the poetic ‘unruly pack of hounds' effectively in the hunt for learning outcomes. South African Journal of Education, 30(2):277-292.
21505 Nel N & Müller H 2010. The impact of teachers’ limited English proficiency on English second language learners in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(4):635-650.
20232 Donohue D & Bornman J 2014. The challenges of realising inclusive education in South Africa. South African Journal of Education, 34(2): Art. # 806, 14 pages. https://doi.org/10.15700/201412071114
19287 Maphosa C & Shumba A 2010. Educators’ disciplinary capabilities after the banning of corporal punishment in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(3):387-399.
18949 Walton E, Nel N, Hugo A & Muller H 2009. The extent and practice of inclusion in independent schools in South Africa. South African Journal of Education, 29(1):105-126.

Source:
SciELO Analytics 2018. South Africa: South African Journal of Education (0256-0100). Available at http://analytics.scielo.org/w/accesses/list/articles?journal=0256-0100&collection=sza. Accessed 1 January 2018.

October 2017 update

Top 10 issues mostly cited:

Number of requests Issue
56700 29(3)
45569 31(2)
43495 30(1)
39061 34(2)
39073 29(2)
28156 34(1)
34256 29(1)
26957 33(3)
28667 30(3)
30377 28(2)

Source:
SciELO Analytics 2017. South Africa: South African Journal of Education (0256-0100). Available at http://analytics.scielo.org/w/accesses/list/issues?journal=0256-0100&collection=sza. Accessed 19 October 2017.

Top 10 articles mostly cited:

Number of requests Article
50918 Kiggundu E & Nayimuli S 2009. Teaching practice: a make or break phase for student teachers. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):345-358.
29527 Marais P & Meier C 2010. Disruptive behaviour in the Foundation Phase of schooling. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):41-57.
23826 Ncontsa VN & Shumba A 2013. The nature, causes and effects of school violence in South African high schools. South African Journal of Education, 33(3): Art. #671, 15 pages. https://doi.org/10.15700/201503070802
23137 Reyneke M, Meyer L & Nel C 2010. School-based assessment: the leash needed to keep the poetic ‘unruly pack of hounds' effectively in the hunt for learning outcomes. South African Journal of Education, 30(2):277-292.
22900 Beckmann J & Prinsloo I 2009. Legislation on school governors' power to appoint educators: friend or foe? South African Journal of Education, 29(2):171-184.
22298 De Wet C & Wolhuter C 2009. A transitiological study of some South African educational issues. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):359-376.
22155 Jacobs A 2011. Life Orientation as experienced by learners: a qualitative study in North-West Province. South African Journal of Education, 31(2):212-223.
21004 Nel N & Müller H 2010. The impact of teachers’ limited English proficiency on English second language learners in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(4):635-650.
18623 Maphosa C & Shumba A 2010. Educators’ disciplinary capabilities after the banning of corporal punishment in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(3):387-399.
18143 Walton E, Nel N, Hugo A & Muller H 2009. The extent and practice of inclusion in independent schools in South Africa. South African Journal of Education, 29(1):105-126.

Source:
SciELO Analytics 2017. South Africa: South African Journal of Education (0256-0100). Available at http://analytics.scielo.org/w/accesses/list/articles?journal=0256-0100&collection=sza. Accessed 19 October 2017.

June 2017 update

Top 10 issues mostly cited:

Number of requests Issue
65904 29(3)
52714 31(2)
51819 30(1)
47206 29(2)
41215 29(1)
40290 34(2)
38528 30(3)
36475 28(2)
35462 30(2)
31013 34(1)

Source:
SciELO Analytics 2017. South Africa: South African Journal of Education (0256-0100). Available at http://analytics.scielo.org/w/accesses/list/issues?journal=0256-0100&collection=sza. Accessed 16 June 2017.

Top 10 articles mostly cited:

Number of requests Article
45935 Kiggundu E & Nayimuli S 2009. Teaching practice: a make or break phase for student teachers. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):345-358.
29887 Marais P & Meier C 2010. Disruptive behaviour in the Foundation Phase of schooling. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):41-57.
24860 Reyneke M, Meyer L & Nel C 2010. School-based assessment: the leash needed to keep the poetic ‘unruly pack of hounds' effectively in the hunt for learning outcomes. South African Journal of Education, 30(2):277-292.
23424 Beckmann J & Prinsloo I 2009. Legislation on school governors' power to appoint educators: friend or foe? South African Journal of Education, 29(2):171-184.
22307 De Wet C & Wolhuter C 2009. A transitiological study of some South African educational issues. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):359-376.
22218 Maphosa C & Shumba A 2010. Educators’ disciplinary capabilities after the banning of corporal punishment in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(3):387-399.
21497 Nel N & Müller H 2010. The impact of teachers’ limited English proficiency on English second language learners in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(4):635-650.
21394 Jacobs A 2011. Life Orientation as experienced by learners: a qualitative study in North-West Province. South African Journal of Education, 31(2):212-223.
20712 Ncontsa VN & Shumba A 2013. The nature, causes and effects of school violence in South African high schools. South African Journal of Education, 33(3): Art. #671, 15 pages. https://doi.org/10.15700/201503070802
18823 Walton E, Nel N, Hugo A & Muller H 2009. The extent and practice of inclusion in independent schools in South Africa. South African Journal of Education, 29(1):105-126.

Source:
SciELO Analytics 2017. South Africa: South African Journal of Education (0256-0100). Available at http://analytics.scielo.org/w/accesses/list/articles?journal=0256-0100&collection=sza. Accessed 16 June 2017.

March 2017 update

Top 10 issues mostly cited:

Number of requests Issue
70961 29(3)
56690 31(2)
56592 30(1)
50938 29(2)
44799 29(1)
40290 34(2)
41956 30(3)
39659 28(2)
38630 30(2)
32524 34(1)

Source:
SciELO Analytics 2017. South Africa: South African Journal of Education (0256-0100). Available at http://analytics.scielo.org/w/accesses/list/issues?journal=0256-0100&collection=sza. Accessed 4 March 2017.

Top 10 articles mostly cited:

Number of requests Article
39211 Kiggundu E & Nayimuli S 2009. Teaching practice: a make or break phase for student teachers. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):345-358.
27487 Marais P & Meier C 2010. Disruptive behaviour in the Foundation Phase of schooling. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):41-57.
22033 Reyneke M, Meyer L & Nel C 2010. School-based assessment: the leash needed to keep the poetic ‘unruly pack of hounds' effectively in the hunt for learning outcomes. South African Journal of Education, 30(2):277-292.
21112 Beckmann J & Prinsloo I 2009. Legislation on school governors' power to appoint educators: friend or foe? South African Journal of Education, 29(2):171-184.
20044 Maphosa C & Shumba A 2010. Educators’ disciplinary capabilities after the banning of corporal punishment in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(3):387-399.
19560 De Wet C & Wolhuter C 2009. A transitiological study of some South African educational issues. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):359-376.
18045 Jacobs A 2011. Life Orientation as experienced by learners: a qualitative study in North-West Province. South African Journal of Education, 31(2):212-223.
17316 Nel N & Müller H 2010. The impact of teachers’ limited English proficiency on English second language learners in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(4):635-650.
17105 Walton E, Nel N, Hugo A & Muller H 2009. The extent and practice of inclusion in independent schools in South Africa. South African Journal of Education, 29(1):105-126.
16682 Chigona A & Chetty R 2008. Teen mothers and schooling: lacunae and challenges. South African Journal of Education, 28(2):261-281.

Source:
SciELO Analytics 2017. South Africa: South African Journal of Education (0256-0100). Available at http://analytics.scielo.org/w/accesses/list/articles?journal=0256-0100&collection=sza. Accessed 4 March 2017.

December 2016 update

Top 10 issues mostly cited:

Number of requests Issue
75858 29(3)
64292 30(1)
60424 31(2)
53896 29(2)
48967 29(1)
45731 30(3)
43636 28(2)
41614 30(2)
40290 34(2)
34027 33(3)

Source:
SciELO Analytics 2016. South Africa: South African Journal of Education (0256-0100). Available at http://analytics.scielo.org/w/accesses/list/issues?journal=0256-0100&collection=sza. Accessed 20 December 2016.

 

Top 10 articles mostly cited:

Number
of requests
Article
39562 “Kiggundu E & Nayimuli S 2009. Teaching practice: a make or break phase for student teachers. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):345-358.”
28431 “Marais P & Meier C 2010. Disruptive behaviour in the Foundation Phase of schooling. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):41-57.”
21200 “Maphosa C & Shumba A 2010. Educators’ disciplinary capabilities after the banning of corporal punishment in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(3):387-399.”
20935 “Beckmann J & Prinsloo I 2009. Legislation on school governors’ power to appoint educators: friend or foe? South African Journal of Education, 29(2):171-184.”
20749 “Reyneke M, Meyer L & Nel C 2010. School-based assessment: the leash needed to keep the poetic ‘unruly pack of hounds’ effectively in the hunt for learning outcomes. South African Journal of Education, 30(2):277-292.”
20366 “De Wet C & Wolhuter C 2009. A transitiological study of some South African educational issues. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):359-376.”
18255 “Walton E, Nel N, Hugo A & Muller H 2009. The extent and practice of inclusion in independent schools in South Africa. South African Journal of Education, 29(1):105-126.”
18040 “Chigona A & Chetty R 2008. Teen mothers and schooling: lacunae and challenges. South African Journal of Education, 28(2):261-281.”
17761 “Jacobs A 2011. Life Orientation as experienced by learners: a qualitative study in North-West Province. South African Journal of Education, 31(2):212-223.”
16883 “O’Connor J & Geiger M 2009. Challenges facing primary school educators of English Second (or Other) Language learners in the Western Cape. South African Journal of Education, 29(2):253-269.”

Source:
SciELO Analytics 2016. South Africa: South African Journal of Education (0256-0100). Available at http://analytics.scielo.org/w/accesses/list/articles?journal=0256-0100&collection=sza. Accessed 20 December 2016.

 

August 2016 update

Top 10 issues mostly cited:

Number of requests Issue
72772 29(3)
62330 30(1)
55177 31(2)
52742 29(2)
49394 29(1)
44966 30(3)
44142 28(2)
41234 30(2)
32137 34(2)
29007 30(4)

Source:
SciELO Analytics 2016. South Africa: South African Journal of Education (0256-0100). Available at http://analytics.scielo.org/w/accesses/list/issues?journal=0256-0100&collection=sza. Accessed 18 August 2016.

 

Top 10 articles mostly cited:

Number
of requests
Article
36555 “Kiggundu E & Nayimuli S 2009. Teaching practice: a make or break phase for student teachers. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):345-358.”
26843 Marais P & Meier C 2010. Disruptive behaviour in the Foundation Phase of schooling. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):41-57.”
20471 “Maphosa C & Shumba A 2010. Educators’ disciplinary capabilities after the banning of corporal punishment in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(3):387-399.”
20429 “Beckmann J & Prinsloo I 2009. Legislation on school governors’ power to appoint educators: friend or foe? South African Journal of Education, 29(2):171-184.”
20258 “Reyneke M, Meyer L & Nel C 2010. School-based assessment: the leash needed to keep the poetic ‘unruly pack of hounds’ effectively in the hunt for learning outcomes. South African Journal of Education, 30(2):277-292.”
19767 “De Wet C & Wolhuter C 2009. A transitiological study of some South African educational issues. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):359-376.”
18457 “Chigona A & Chetty R 2008. Teen mothers and schooling: lacunae and challenges. South African Journal of Education, 28(2):261-281.”
18075 “Walton E, Nel N, Hugo A & Muller H 2009. The extent and practice of inclusion in independent schools in South Africa. South African Journal of Education, 29(1):105-126.”
16294 “O’Connor J & Geiger M 2009. Challenges facing primary school educators of English Second (or Other) Language learners in the Western Cape. South African Journal of Education, 29(2):253-269.”
16141 “Jacobs A 2011. Life Orientation as experienced by learners: a qualitative study in North-West Province. South African Journal of Education, 31(2):212-223.”

Source:
SciELO Analytics 2016. South Africa: South African Journal of Education (0256-0100). Available at http://analytics.scielo.org/w/accesses/list/articles?journal=0256-0100&collection=sza. Accessed 18 August 2016.

October 2015 update

Top 10 issues mostly cited:

Number of requests Issue
72360 29(3)
67815 30(1)
55403 29(2)
53934 28(2)
53767 29(1)
47023 30(3)
44796 30(2)
45245 31(2)
32530 28(1)
26526 29(4)

Source:
SciELO South Africa 2004. South African Journal of Education: Most visited issue. Available at http://scielo-log.scielo.br/scielolog//scielolog/scielolog.php?script=sci_statiss&lng=en&pid=0256-0100&app=scieloza&server=www.scielo.org.za. Accessed 11 October 2015.
Top 10 articles mostly cited:

Number
of requests
Article
29018 “Kiggundu E & Nayimuli S 2009. Teaching practice: a make or break phase for student teachers. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):345-358.”
26284 Marais P & Meier C 2010. Disruptive behaviour in the Foundation Phase of schooling. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):41-57.”
20437 “Maphosa C & Shumba A 2010. Educators’ disciplinary capabilities after the banning of corporal punishment in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(3):387-399.”
20278 “Beckmann J & Prinsloo I 2009. Legislation on school governors’ power to appoint educators: friend or foe? South African Journal of Education, 29(2):171-184.”
20233 “De Wet C & Wolhuter C 2009. A transitiological study of some South African educational issues. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):359-376.”
19981 “Chigona A & Chetty R 2008. Teen mothers and schooling: lacunae and challenges. South African Journal of Education, 28(2):261-281.”
18552 “Walton E, Nel N, Hugo A & Muller H 2009. The extent and practice of inclusion in independent schools in South Africa. South African Journal of Education, 29(1):105-126.”
16368 “Reyneke M, Meyer L & Nel C 2010. School-based assessment: the leash needed to keep the poetic ‘unruly pack of hounds’ effectively in the hunt for learning outcomes. South African Journal of Education, 30(2):277-292.”
16046 “O’Connor J & Geiger M 2009. Challenges facing primary school educators of English Second (or Other) Language learners in the Western Cape. South African Journal of Education, 29(2):253-269.”
14466 “Phaswana E 2010. Learner councillors’ perspectives on learner participation. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):105-122.”

Source:
SciELO South Africa 2004. Library Collection: Most visited issue. Available at http://scielo-log.scielo.br/scielolog//scielolog/scielolog.php?script=sci_statart&lng=en&pid=0256-0100&app=scieloza&server=www.scielo.org.za&dti=20040101. Accessed 11 October 2015.

June 2015 update

Top 10 issues mostly cited:

Number of requests Issue
63721 29(3)
60840 30(1)
49743 28(2)
49496 29(1)
48757 29(2)
42885 30(3)
41465 30(2)
39091 31(2)
29973 28(1)
23944 29(4)

Source:
SciELO South Africa 2004. South African Journal of Education: Most visited issue. Available at http://scielo-log.scielo.br/scielolog//scielolog/scielolog.php?script=sci_statiss&lng=en&pid=0256-0100&app=scieloza&server=www.scielo.org.za. Accessed 29 June 2015.

Top 10 articles mostly cited:

Number
of requests
Article
23690 “Kiggundu E & Nayimuli S 2009. Teaching practice: a make or break phase for student teachers. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):345-358.”
22490 Marais P & Meier C 2010. Disruptive behaviour in the Foundation Phase of schooling. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):41-57.”
18274 “Chigona A & Chetty R 2008. Teen mothers and schooling: lacunae and challenges. South African Journal of Education, 28(2):261-281.”
18266 “Maphosa C & Shumba A 2010. Educators’ disciplinary capabilities after the banning of corporal punishment in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(3):387-399.”
17614 “De Wet C & Wolhuter C 2009. A transitiological study of some South African educational issues. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):359-376.”
16597 “Walton E, Nel N, Hugo A & Muller H 2009. The extent and practice of inclusion in independent schools in South Africa. South African Journal of Education, 29(1):105-126.”
16589 “Beckmann J & Prinsloo I 2009. Legislation on school governors’ power to appoint educators: friend or foe? South African Journal of Education, 29(2):171-184.”
14848 “Reyneke M, Meyer L & Nel C 2010. School-based assessment: the leash needed to keep the poetic ‘unruly pack of hounds’ effectively in the hunt for learning outcomes. South African Journal of Education, 30(2):277-292.”
14341 “O’Connor J & Geiger M 2009. Challenges facing primary school educators of English Second (or Other) Language learners in the Western Cape. South African Journal of Education, 29(2):253-269.”
13991 “Phaswana E 2010. Learner councillors’ perspectives on learner participation. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):105-122.”

Source:
SciELO South Africa 2004. Library Collection: Most visited issue. Available at http://scielo-log.scielo.br/scielolog//scielolog/scielolog.php?script=sci_statart&lng=en&pid=0256-0100&app=scieloza&server=www.scielo.org.za&dti=20040101. Accessed 29 June 2015.

Source: Van Heerden L 2015. SciELO SA: Top Ten Titles - June 2015. Personal Communication, 23 June.

Source: Van Heerden L 2015. SciELO SA: Top Ten Titles – June 2015. Personal Communication, 23 June.


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