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  • De Wet NC and Niemann GS. October 1995. Southern African Comparative and History of Education Society (SACHES) Conference: Implications of the White Paper for the language issue in the education system of the New South Africa (Rhodes University, Grahamstown).

  • De Wet NC and Moll J. January 1996. The South African Historical Association Conference: The battle for the Caledon River Valley – a historiographical study (PU for CHE, Potchefstroom).

  • De Wet NC. January 1996. EASA Conference: Is education in South Africa a refection of education in the rest of Africa – a comparative analysis (PU for CHE, Potchefstroom).

  • De Wet NC. January 1997. EASA Conference: The implications of historical, political and economic realities on learners’ preference for medium of instruction – a comparative analysis (University of Zululand, Umlazi Campus).

  • De Wet NC. January 1999. EASA Conference: The history of education in South Africa – a historiographical analysis of black-white relations (University of Stellenbosch and Wellington Teacher Training College, Wellington).

  • De Wet NC. 12-14 October 1999. International Conference: The Anglo-Boer War: a reappraisal, Bloemfontein: A historiographical analysis of Anglo Boer War fiction (UFS, Bloemfontein).

  • De Wet NC. 19-21 January 2000. 2000 EASA Conference: Language rights and/or economic and political empowerment – a South African perspective (UFS, Bloemfontein).

  • De Wet NC. 16-18 January 2001. 2001 EASA Conference: The printed media and racism in South African education (University of Port Elizabeth, Port Elizabeth).

  • De Wet NC. 16-18 January 2002. EASA conference: Teachers’ trade unions – the key to professional and/or economic empowerment (University of Pretoria, Pretoria).

  • 16-18 January 2002. EASA Conference: Research methodological diversity in Comparative Education (University of Pretoria, Pretoria).

  • 14-16 January 2003. EASA Conference: Is learner crime out of control? Free State educators' perceptions on the scope of learner crime (University of Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch).

  • De Wet NC. 12-14 January 2005. EASA Conference: Bullying in Free State secondary schools). North-West University, Potchefstroom Campus, Potchefstroom.

  • De Wet NC. 18-20 January 2006. EASA Conference: The voices of victims and witnesses of school bullying. University of the Free State, Bloemfontein.

  • De Wet NC and Jacobs L. 18-20 January 2006. EASA Conference: Educator-targeted bullying: a fallacy or a fact? University of the Free State, Bloemfontein.

  • De Wet NC. 22 September 2007. First Education Students’ Research Conference: How to get published or you are never too old to learn. University of the Free State, Bloemfontein.

  • Jacobs L, De Wet NC and Ferreira, A. 12-14 January 2010. Strategies of Lesotho schools to maintain discipline. EASA Conference: North-West University, Vaal Triangle Campus.

  • De Wet NC. 12-14 January 2010. The impact of ETB on victims’ professional and private lives. EASA conference: North-West University, Vaal Triangle Campus.

  • De Wet NC. 18-20 April 2011. The South African Human Rights Commission and education: a media analysis. International conference: Human Rights Education in diversity. Challenges and proposals (North-West University, Potchefstroom).

  • Jacobs L and De Wet NC. 18-20 April 2011. The framing of school violence in the SA media: Misinformation to the public and to policy makers? International conference: Human Rights Education in diversity. Challenges and proposals (North-West University, Potcherstroom).

  • De Wet NC, Barnes K and Brynard S. 24-26 November 2011. The school in school violence. 1st sustainable rural learning ecologies colloquium, University of the Free State, Qwaqwa Campus.

  • LeeFon R, Jacobs L and De Wet, C.1-3 October 2012. Addressing learner behaviour in a rural classroom: Action towards improving policy implementation. SURLEC colloquium, University of the Free State, Qwaqwa Campus.

  • De Wet NC and Jacobs L. 1-3 October 2012. South African educators’ understanding of bullying. SURLEC colloquium, University of the Free State, Qwaqwa Campus.

  • De Wet NC and Jacobs L. 29-31 October 2013. Being bullied at work: The Reality of South African teachers. Sustainable Learning Environments and Social Justice Annual International Colloquium, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein.

 



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