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Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education

2015 Volume 15, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Congruence between the Intended, Implemented, and Attained ICT Curricula in Sub-Saharan Africa

    Damian Kofi Mereku & Cosmas Worlanyo Kofi Mereku

    The PanAfrican Research Agenda on the Pedagogical Integration of information and communication technology (ICT; PanAf) research project was initiated in 2006 to support initiatives in African... More

    pp. 1-14

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  2. Sources of Anxiety and the Meaning of Participation in/for Science Fairs: A Canadian Case

    Giuliano Reis, Liliane Dionne & Louis Trudel

    Although anxiety is a significant emotional element of formal school science, little is known about how anxiety is originated and managed in the context of science fairs. The purpose of the present... More

    pp. 32-50

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  3. The Millennium Development Goals Agenda: Constraints of Culture, Economy, and Empowerment in Influencing the Social Mobility of Pakistani Girls on Mathematics and Science Related Higher Education Courses in Universities in Pakistan

    Tamjid Mujtaba & Michael J. Reiss

    The third of the eight Millennium Development Goals is to promote gender equality and empower women. This article discusses the factors that are associated with 31 female higher education students'... More

    pp. 51-68

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  4. Postsecondary Student Perceptions of Received Mathematical Proofs

    John Wiest

    This article reports on a study investigating how postsecondary students interact with mathematical proofs with a focus on how they go about unpacking a "received proof," how they make... More

    pp. 69-83

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  5. "Area without Numbers": Using Touchscreen Dynamic Geometry to Reason about Shape

    Oi-Lam Ng & Nathalie Sinclair

    In this article, we report on two lessons aimed at introducing junior high school students to the idea of shearing in a touchscreen dynamic geometry environment. By using shearing, we hoped to... More

    pp. 84-101

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