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    • An active learning strategy for addressing dyscalculia in a mathematics classroom 

      Mokotjo, Lindiwe Gloria (University of the Free State, 2017-07)
      According to the White Paper 6 (DoE, 2001:3), mainstream education should provide an equal and fair education to all learners, regardless of their abilities. In South Africa, there is limited information about learners ...
    • Constructive teacher feedback for enhancing learner performance in mathematics 

      Naroth, Charmon (University of the Free State, 2010-12)
      English: South Africa’s participation in international achievement studies in recent years has served as a useful benchmark for learner performance in mathematics. The analysis of learning achievement against national and ...
    • The impact of teacher mentoring on student achievement in disadvantaged schools 

      Van der Walt, Hendrik Stephanus (University of the Free State, 2016-04-19)
      English: The impact of teacher mentoring on student achievement has been researched extensively, but there are still gaps and disparities in the literature with regards to the size of the impact on student achievement, ...
    • School mathematics performance: a longitudinal case study 

      Fair, Deborah Lynn (University of the Free State, 2019-01)
      In South African schooling, two sectors exist in which 75% of schools achieve significantly lower than the upper 25% of schools, resulting in a bimodal education system. However, the level of mathematics performance of ...
    • Teaching and learning of fractions in primary schools in Maseru 

      Marake, ‘Maphole Georgina (University of the Free State, 2013-01)
      Throughout the world governments and other education stakeholders advocate quality education and education for all. Among others, mathematics education is seen by governments as essential in the advancement of the development ...