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Development of affective modelling competencies in primary school learners
(AOSIS Publishing, 2011)
Learner affect and beliefs about mathematics are complex and multifaceted aspects of mathematical learning. Traditional teaching and learning approaches in mathematics education often result in problematic beliefs about ...
An instrumental approach to modelling the derivative in Sketchpad
(AOSIS Publishing, 2011-11)
Encouragement to integrate information and communication technologies into mathematics education curricula is an increasingly universal phenomenon. As a contribution to the discourse, this article discusses the potential ...
The potential of teacher development with Geometer’s Sketchpad
(AOSIS Publishing, 2008-12)
In this paper we document the advantages of utilising technology to enhance teachers’ instructional activities. In particular we showcase the potential and impact that the use of Geometer’s Sketchpad may have on the teaching ...
Student mathematical activity as a springboard to developing teacher didactisation practices
(AOSIS Publishing, 2015-12-07)
This article is part of a larger study on teacher development. The main study investigated teacher development within primary school Mathematics teachers’ classrooms to determine if teaching practices could be enhanced ...
The role of visualisation in data handling in grade 9 within a problem‐centred context
(AOSIS Publishing, 2009-07)
In the recent past, data handling has been neglected at secondary school level, perhaps partially due to the strong emphasis on developing arithmetic, algebra and geometry. For the first time, the South African curriculum ...