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Thesis abstract - Alphonse Uwowabayeho (180.7 kB)

August 2010

PhD Thesis Abstract for Alphonse Uwowabayeho, August 2010.

Thesis abstract - Mike Mhlolo (38.5 kB)

August 2010

PhD Thesis Abstract for Mike Mhlolo, August 2010.

Gender and mathematics education in Pakistan: a situation analysis

January 2010

Anjum Halai

Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol 17 (1), pp. 47-62

WP 14: Comparative perspectives in creating gender awareness: Stories from Elementary Mathematics Classrooms in Pakistan (555.1 kB)

September 2009

Anjum Halai

This working paper focuses on gender awareness issues as a dimension of addressing education quality in Pakistan from the perspective of social justice. It suggests improvement in curriculum and instruction quality is integral, identifying social justice questions in maths education and making policy and practice recommendations.

Curriculum Coherence: an analysis of the National Curriculum Statement for Mathematics (NCSM) and the exemplar papers at Further Education and Training (FET) level in South Africa

January 2009

Mike Mhlolo, Hamsa Venkatakrishnan.

2009. African Journal of Research in MST Education 13 (1), pp. 33-49.

WP 12: Teacher Empowerment through collaborative action research: concepts, possibilities and challenges (462.4 kB)

February 2008

Anjum Halai, with Sherwin Rodrigues & Tauseef Akhlaq

This working paper focuses on collaborative action research (CAR) as an approach to teacher empowerment, and issues emerging from experiences with CAR in Pakistan in EdQual’s Implementing Curriculum Change project. Field evidence shows CAR is an ethically and technically sound approach to knowledge generation and change.

WP 6: Implementing Curriculum Change: Literature Reviews; South Africa, Rwanda and Pakistan (979.3 kB)

June 2007

R.Barwell, K.Bishop, S.Erduran, A.Halai, D.Iyamuremye, T.Nyabanyaba, N.F.Rizvi, S.Rodrigues, J.Rubagiza, A.Uworwabayeho

This working paper reviews literature in South Africa, Rwanda and Pakistan on curriculum change, gender equity and poverty alleviation, including: curriculum change for education quality; improving maths & science teaching, learning, and teacher education; improving gender equity; empowering learners, educators & communities.