Latest articles published in the African Journal of Teacher Education and Development
The African Journal of Teacher Education and Development (AJOTED), one of the latest scholarly journals to join the AOSIS collection, has recently published some interesting research articles.
We are pleased to highlight and congratulate the authors for their original research, which was successfully published in the journal’s first volume.
Authors: Solomon A. Tesfamicael, Desalegn Chala, Liyew A. Desta, Sikunder Ali
The purpose of this study is to provide a framework for the different meanings of quality of education in Ethiopia that arise from different experiences and factors among the participants.
Read the article: https://bit.ly/41nusHc
Authors: David K.J. Mtetwa, Zakaria Ndemo
The aim of the project was to capacitate primary school teachers in their teaching of mathematics to encompass numeracy learning outcomes among their pupils.
Read the article: https://bit.ly/42JcX53
Author: Shamala A. Naidoo
The purpose of this study is to explore the views of pre-service teachers on integrating post-humanism into classroom practice.
Read the article: https://bit.ly/3pwg4Pj
Authors: Fraser Gobede, Reidar Mosvold
The study aimed at exploring how analysis of dilemmas that teachers encounter in the work of teaching mathematics may provide a productive approach to studying mathematics teaching in the African context.
Read the article: https://bit.ly/3NYYVbo
Authors: Max Stephens, Djordje M. Kadijevich, Janelle C. Hill, Mayamiko Malola
This article argues that in the teaching of statistics and probability, greater attention needs to be given to understand the three key elements of statistical literacy, namely context, conventions and uncertainty.
Read the article: https://bit.ly/44Pug6s
Author: Reidar Mosvold
The aim of the literature review is to investigate trends in peer-reviewed journal articles on mathematical knowledge for teaching in Africa from 2014 to 2021.
Read the article: https://bit.ly/3I0soxL
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