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 Dr. Andrew Lewis

Position: Lecturer
Department: Department of Educational Psychology
Faculty: Faculty of Education
Qualifications: BA, BEd (Honours), MEd, MEd (School guidance & Guidance) DEd (History)
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Biography

 Areas of specialization

• Sport psychology
• Psychopathology
• Psychological interventions

Publications

Lewis, A.  2001. Differences in perception: An educational perspective. Educare/Africa Education Review, 30:272-288.

Lewis, A.  2002. Individual and community needs in education: a historical-exemplaric view of ancient Greek education.  Educare/Africa Education Review, 31:139-152.

Lewis A. & Roets HE.  2002. Notes on adolescent stress for parents, teachers and educational psychologists.  Educare/Africa Education Review, 31: 202-218.

Lewis, A & Steyn, JC.  2003. A critique of mission education in South Africa according to Bosch’s mission paradigm theory.  South African Journal of Education, 23 (2):101-106.

Lewis, A. & Lemmer E. 2004. Christian mission endeavour in education in South Africa (1737-1955). Tydskrif vir Christelike Wetenskap, 40 (1 & 2): 57-73.

Lewis, A. & Newmark, R.  2006. Reflections of a psycho-educational intern at a child protection unit.  Child Abuse Research in South Africa, 7 (1):24-30.

Lewis, A.  2007. Perceptions of Mission Education in South Africa from a Historical Educational Perspective.  Journal for Christian Scholarship, 43:181-198.

Lewis, A.  2009. Stress management skills for primary school children in the South African curricula.  Journal of Educational Studies. 8(4):1-14.

Lewis, A.  2009. Assessing childhood trauma: a holistic persective.  Child abuse Research in South Africa, 10(1):14-26.

Lewis, A.  2011. The management of childhood stress.  Child Abuse Research in South Africa, 11(1): 14-25.

Lewis, A & Seroto, J.  2011. Developments in History of Education at the University of South Africa.  Africa Education Review, 8(3):467-482.

Ngqela, N & Lewis, A. 2012. Exploring Adolescent Learners’ Experiences of School Violence in a Township High School. Child Abuse Research in South Africa, 13(1):87-97.

Inglis, D & Lewis, A. 2013. Adolescents at risk of dropping out in a high-risk community secondary school.  Child Abuse Research in South Africa 14(1):46-54.

Lewis, A.  2014. Developing Sport Psychology within a girls’ sport academy curriculum. South African Journal of Education, 34(2).

Stones, C; Lewis, A & Nichol, R. 2009 Crisis interventions.  In: Van Niekerk, E & Hay, J. Handbook of Youth Counselling.  Sandown: Heineman: 266-288.

Lewis, A.  2015. Sport Psychology within the South African Curriculum. In: Sports Global Influence: A Survey of Society and Culture in the Context of Sport Skye G. Arthur-Banning and Solomon Waliaula (Eds.). Oxford: Inter-disciplinary.Net (E-Book) http://www.inter-disciplinary.net/publishing/id-press/:23-34.

Lewis, A.  2015.  Adolescent development challenges.  In Gouws, E. The Adolescent, 4th Edition. Pinelands: Pearson: 155-175.

Strydom, I & Lewis. A. 2016. Addressing life skills challenges. In Landsberg, E; Krüger & Swart, E. Addressing barriers to learning: A South African perspective, 3rd Edition. Pretoria: Van Schaik: 137-154.

Lewis. A. 2017. Psychological preparation in physical education and sport. In Krog, S & Naidoo, R. Teaching Physical Education and sports coaching: Theory and Practice. Cape Town: Oxford University Press.​

 

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