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Improving mathematics instruction for girls

by Evans Mogoi (Author) Mary Susan Anyiendah (Author)

Term Paper 2010 37 Pages

Mathematics - Didactics

Summary

The objective of this study was to investigate the reasons behind poor performance of girls in mathematics in selected schools in Kenya. The specific objectives of the study were to investigate some reasons behind this poor performance.
The methods used of data collection include questionnaires and interview guides to gather information on the academic performance in mathematics. Others were original computer printouts for the results of the students in the specified years of study.

The research study recommended that the government should have a policy in place that encourages retaining teachers in upcountry schools, where the government should introduce upcountry allowances in the remunerations scheme of mathematics teachers. Another recommendation made was that enhanced assessment and monitoring of the teaching processes by quality assurors could provide the needed advice and guidance in leaders among other recommendations.

Details

Pages
37
Year
2010
ISBN (eBook)
9783668532311
ISBN (Book)
9783668532328
File size
664 KB
Language
English
Catalog Number
v376447
Institution / College
Kampala International University – Bachelor of sciences
Grade
A
Tags
improving Education development efficiency and effectiveness of education mathematics instruction for girls importance of trained teachers

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