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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: MATHEMATICS TEACHING
2017 Mathematical concepts from community elders: exploring the connection between ethnomathematical contexts and classroom practices
Members of the community possess a wealth of knowledge in indigenous activities and artifacts. The analysis of the various indigenous activi...
2017 Listening to the voices of the knowledge holders: the role of language in ethnomathematical research
Language plays a central role in ethnomathematical research. It allows the researcher to interact with the knowledge holders and research pa...
2017 Teacher classroom practices and mathematics performance in South African schools: a reflection on TIMSS 2011
Teachers play an important role in the provision of quality education. The variety of classroom practices they use in interacting with learn...