Articles by Author: Nerine Stegmann

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  1. Accounting students’ experiences of peer assessment: A tool to develop lifelong learning

    Accounting students’ experiences of peer assessment: A tool to develop lifelong learning

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Accounting Research
    The accounting profession highlights lifelong learning as a vital fundamental competency. Peer assessment, self-assessment and self-directedness contribute to the development of lifelong learning skills. These interrelated skills should be fostered through higher education programmes, requiring intentional interventions. Peer assessment is...
  2. FACTORS INFLUENCING VIABLE BACTERIA IN A TURBID MAN-MADE IMPOUNDMENT

    FACTORS INFLUENCING VIABLE BACTERIA IN A TURBID MAN-MADE IMPOUNDMENT

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of the Limnological Society of Southern Africa
    The numbers of aerobic heterotrophic bacteria in the waters and sediments of the small turbid impoundment, Wuras Dam, are very high (ā‰„100 000 ml āˆ’1 and ā‰„ 1x106 bacteria gāˆ’1 respectively). Viable bacterial numbers in the open water seem to...
  3. SOME PROPERTIES OF SUSPENDED SEDIMENT ADSORBED CATIONS IN TURBID FRESHWATERS OF SOUTH AFRICA

    SOME PROPERTIES OF SUSPENDED SEDIMENT ADSORBED CATIONS IN TURBID FRESHWATERS OF SOUTH AFRICA

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of the Limnological Society of Southern Africa
    Large quantities of suspended sediments are common in many of South Africa's fresh-waters. Temporal and spatial variations in tile amounts of cations adsorbed were recorded. The adsorption appears to be dependent on valency, because greater quantities of the higher valencies...
  4. Use of Indigenous Stone Play in Child Psychological Assessment

    Use of Indigenous Stone Play in Child Psychological Assessment

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    The purpose of the study was to investigate an indigenous stone play called Masekitlana, as a projection technique in child psychological assessment. A qualitative research approach, guided by an interpretivist epistemology, was applied. An intrinsic case study design was employed...