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A case study of how learners apply a Grade 10 study skills module in a mathematics class
(University of the Western Cape, 2016)
A qualitative case study was used to investigate how learners apply a study skills guide during the teaching of mathematics content in a Grade 10 class. A great amount of research and money is continually spent focussing ...
Investigating the impact of an intervention programme in a Grade 11 mathematics class : a case study
(University of the Western Cape, 2015)
The general performance of learners in mathematics in most secondary schools in South Africa is not encouraging. Statistics reveal that there is a general poor performance in mathematics and related science subjects ...
The development of the number concept in Grade R: a case study of a school in the Wellington area
(University of the Western Cape, 2014)
Systemic evaluation undertaken by the Department of Basic Education as part of the Literacy and Numeracy Strategy 2006 – 2016 posed a serious challenge in South African schools. The numeracy and mathematics results in 2009 ...
Exploring the Incorporation of mental Arithmetic into primary school mathematics: A case of Oshana Region, Namibia
(University of the Western Cape, 2019)
This study, “Exploring the incorporation of mental arithmetic into primary school mathematics: A case of Oshana region, Namibia”, explored the execution of mental arithmetic strategies in senior primary schools in the ...
Contexts preferred for use in mathematics by Swaziland high performing public schools' junior secondary learners
(University of the Western Cape, 2011)
At primary school learners are excited about mathematics. This may be an indication that learning related to familiar contexts, connected to the learners’ interests, values and goals is necessary for motivation. At secondary ...
Mathematical modelling with simultaneous equations – An analysis of Grade 10 learners’ modelling competencies
(University of the Western Cape, 2020)
Mathematical modelling is gaining extensive interest across the schooling sector worldwide, as it is deemed to develop learners with competencies set to deal with the demands of the fourth industrial revolution and being ...