oa Interim : Interdisciplinary Journal - Fourth year black male student teachers' conceptualisation of the in loco parentis prinicple at the University of Technology
|Article Title||Fourth year black male student teachers' conceptualisation of the in loco parentis prinicple at the University of Technology|
|© Publisher:||Central University of Technology, Free State|
|Journal||Interim : Interdisciplinary Journal|
|Publication Date||Jan 2013|
|Pages||67 - 78|
|Keyword(s)||Critical discourse analysis, Critical emancipatory research, In loco parentis, Male student teachers, Professional preparation, Teacher-learner relationship and Transformative and liberatory|
This research study explores how black male student teachers in their final fourth year programme at the University of Technology conceptualise the 'in loco parentis' aspect of their professional moulding. Male student teachers in their final fourth year studies are placed for a period of six months at various schools, as part of their professional preparation. Based on this phenomenon it has become important to explore how they perceive their position as male teachers in preparation against the delegated position invested in them by common law, as well as legal positive law. The researcher used the Critical Emancipatory Research (CER) approach as a transformative and liberatory mechanism to move away from the problems that are associated with being a male teacher and the abuse of power directed at learners in their care. A critical discourse analysis (CDA) was used to analyse the narratives of ten black male student teachers through in-depth interviews that were audio-taped. The ten male student teachers were based in different secondary schools in the Lejweleputswa district.
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