Message From The President
Aims of SAERA
To promote research and academic collaboration, link research policy, theory and practice, encourage the promotion of research quality, and help develop the next generation of researchers.
To establish a cohesive, coherent and inclusive education academic and research identity. The aim is to establish vigorous and responsive epistemic communities and provide us with a vehicle to continue vigorous intellectual and research collaboration.
To promote interaction with national and provincial education departments, research organisations such as policy units and the NRF.
To establish links with international educational research organisations and similar organisations in Southern Africa and the African content.
Become a member of SAERA and be part of a dynamic organisation of education researchers.
This year’s conference was SAERA’s 9th annual conference. It was hosted by the Faculty of Education, University of the Western Cape (UWC), and was held at the
We congratulate Dr Mphoentle Modise, SAERA executive member representing early career researchers, who recently graduated with her PhD at UNISA. Well done!
Dr Mpho-Entle Puleng Modise is a lecturer in the Department of Curriculum and Instructional Studies, College of Education at the University of South Africa. Her
The South African Education Research Association (SAERA) held its 8th annual conference virtually organised by the University of Witwatersrand which focused on the theme of
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