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  • Goosen, Leila; Ngugi, James K. (Institute of Science & Technology Education, University of South Africa, 2019)
    Scale items related to Cognitive and Metacognitive Strategies (CMSs), Course Design Characteristics (CDCs), Knowledge Sharing Behaviour (KSB) and Innovative Behaviour (IB) can be gathered from literature and located within ...
  • Numgwo, Atsumbe Bernard; Emmanuel, Raymond; Owodunni, Samuel Ayanda; Ekpe, Rose Esse (Institute of Science & Technology Education, University of South Africa, 2019)
    In Nigeria, enhancing instructional delivery in Radio, Television and Electronics (RTVE) as a trade subject in technical colleges has become a great concern for technical teachers as it focuses on overcoming the challenges ...
  • Mathiba, M.I.; Ramorola, M.Z. (Institute of Science & Technology Education, University of South Africa, 2019)
    Effective mathematics teaching is a complex endeavour that requires subject knowledge, the theory and pedagogy of mathematics (Hourigan & Leave, 2010). This investigation explores the experiences of the Foundation Phase ...
  • Lautenbach, Geoffrey (Institute of Science & Technology Education, University of South Africa, 2019)
    Low success rates in first year university modules can lead to lack of progression and reduced student success. One principal reason is that failing some subjects has a greater impact on progression than others. In this ...
  • Nthimbane, K.; Kazeni, M. (Institute of Science & Technology Education, University of South Africa, 2019)
    Primary school learners often use naïve ideas rather than normative notions to understand Astronomy concepts, because they rely on inadequate mental models to decipher the concepts. This paper reports on findings from the ...

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