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A survey of life sciences teachers' understanding of the theory of evolution.
The theory of evolution is relatively new to the majority of teachers who teach Life Sciences in South African schools. It was introduced into the Grade 12 Life Sciences curriculum in 2008. The purpose of this study ...
An investigation into the use of a learning management system to support teaching and learning in a grade 10 information technology class.
The potential of the Internet as a learning tool has emerged as a result of its increased development and its use as a means of communication in various academic institutions. Online learning is one of the ways in which ...
An exploration of the role of the advanced certificate in education on the professional development of mathematical literacy teachers.
Mathematical Literacy (ML) was introduced as a new subject in 2006, as an alternative to Mathematics for learners in Grade 10 to 12 in South African schools. The challenge of the shortage of Mathematics teachers (and hence ...
Exploration of use of the science resource centre by physical sciences teachers.
Science Resource Centres (SRCs) were initiated by an educational non-governmental organisation in various districts of the province of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. These SRCs were intended to assist with professional ...
Introduction of inquiry-based science teaching in Rwandan lower secondary schools : teachers' attitudes and perceptions.
This study describes, discusses and analyses the Rwandan lower secondary school teachers’ responses to the introduction of inquiry as a teaching approach in the science curriculum as one of the changes that the curriculum ...
Learner errors and misconceptions in ratio and proportion : a case study of grade 9 learners from a rural KwaZulu-Natal school.
Proportionality is the content domain of mathematics that is rooted in ratio and proportion. It is believed to be vital for problem solving and reasoning, which are key cognitive domains of mathematics teaching and ...