Post-apartheid teacher education reform in Namibia – The struggle between common sense and good sense by Lars Dahlstrom

This thesis is a narrative of attempted efforts to change teacher education in post-apartheid Namibia. It analyses the broad global layers of influence on a newly born African nation state. It gives an overview of the historical deposits into common sense about schooling and education and the visions and practices of the liberation movement before independence. The teacher education reform was neither a defeat nor a victory, but positioned teacher education in Namibia in a new pedagogical situation with a possibility for future transformative developments.

Abstract and Acknowledgements


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