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Research outputs: SCIENCE
In the international context, South Africa has a unique 'fingerprint' of public attitudes towards science, characterised by a complex and sh...Download this report
Who are the teachers that get good results in teaching mathematics and science? Does gender, qualifications, attitude or experience have any...
Research shows that inadequate language development contributes to weak performance at school, and in later life. Cas Prinsloo and Shawn Rog...
While external factors such as home and school environment are important in understanding learner performance, attitudes and beliefs towards...