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Tracey I. Isaacs

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Tracey I. Isaacs - candidate (PhD) of Philosophy of Education: Stellenbosch University, South Africa.

Tracey I. Isaacs - candidate (PhD) of Philosophy of Education: Stellenbosch University, South Africa.
tray_236(at)hotmail.com

Education

Master of Science- Reading and Literacy Studies, Walden University, Minnesota (2006)

Interests

Philosophy of education from a critical theoretical frame which spans critical pedagogy and that incorporates discourse and practice over vast inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary domains such as socio-political, economic and educational dimensions some of which are: curriculum, educational psychology, Africanist studies, post-colonial studies, political economic studies, feminist epistemologies, indigenous knowledges, critical theory, psychoanalysis, discourse analysis, and post-structuralist analysis.

Articles

  • Isaacs T. I.(2014).Critical Agency in Educational Practice: A Modern South African Perspective. FUTURE HUMAN IMAGE 1(4). Kiev, 2014
  • Isaacs T.I & Waghid Y.(2015) Legitimizing critical pedagogy in the face of timorous, mechanistic pedagogy. South African Journal of Higher Education2015; 29(4)
  • Isaacs T.I. (2014). DVD Review. A guide to reflective CAREER counselling BY KOBUS MAREE. South African Journal of Higher Education2014; 28(4). pp 1464–1468.
  • Isaacs T.I. (2015). Imagining critical cosmic pedagogy nested within critical pedagogy. Philosophy and Cosmology 2015 (Vol.14).

Unpublished works

  • Isaacs T.I. (2014). Democratic Dreaming: imagining criticality in a postgraduate class in South Africa
  • Isaacs T.I. (2014). Considering how academic ratings might shape capitalist identities in Higher Education Faculty.
  • Isaacs T.I. (2014). Priorities for transforming African Higher Education into the 21st Century.
  • Isaacs T.I. (2014). Critical human agency in Africa as a knowledge culture: towards critical student agency.
  • Isaacs T.I. (2014). In defense of critical democratic pedagogy.
  • Isaacs T.I. & Postma, D.(2015). Re-imagining critical student agency in South Africa in the face of neoliberalism.
  • Isaacs T.I. & Waghid, Y.(2015). Epistemology, knowledge and HE transformation.
  • Isaacs T.I. & Postma, D.(2015). An attempt to make CAPS work: conceptualizing critical literacy in a Grade 1 English Home Language class.
  • Isaacs T.I. & Postma, D.(2015). Re-imagining critical student agency in South Africa in the face of neoliberalism.
  • Isaacs T.I. & Waghid, Y.(2015). The blame game- mechanistic conceptions of teacher education and its impact on schooling. To be published in South African Journal of Higher Education2015; 29(6).
 


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