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Science and technology education curriculum reforms for the Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (NST) revolution
(Bioinfo Publications - Journal of Education, 2013-08-27)
Understanding the new discoveries and technologies resulting from modern science, including nanoscale science, requires a popu-lation with a high degree of scientific literacy. This paper explores the implications of ...
Secondary school teachers’ conceptions of indigenous knowledge: a basis for its inclusion into the curriculum
A survey was conducted, to examine a sample of 100 secondary school teachers’ conceptions of Indigenous Knowledge in 8 randomly selected secondary schools in Harare, Zimbabwe. A pilot study was undertaken with 15 teachers. ...
The quality of teaching practice supervision and assessment of science student teachers at the Bindura University of Science Education (BUSE)
(Bioinfo Publications, 2013-09-09)
Teaching practice (TP) is one of the most important components of all teacher education programmes such that the supervision and assessment of student teachers during this period should not be left to chance. This study ...
The relationship between undergraduate science education students’ achievement in statistics and their prior secondary school mathematics achievement
(International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research, 2013-08)
The purpose of this research is to examine the nature of the relationships between undergraduate education students’ previous experiences of maths and their achievement in statistics course. Thirty undergraduate students ...
The Zimbabwean first languages seem to be slowly dying a natural death: A Case of university student’s academic writing
(Greener Journal of Educational Research, 2013-09)
Communication Skills is a course offered to university students especially to first year first semester students. The essence of this course is to prepare students for study in their specific areas, to equip them with ...