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African Journal of Educational Studies in Mathematics and Sciences

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The African Journal of Educational Studies in Mathematics and Sciences (AJESMS) is an international publication that aims at generating fresh scholarly inquiry and exposition in the fields of mathematics education, science education and related disciplines. AJESMS offers a forum for familiarizing the world with the goings-on in research endeavours and original thoughts in these important fields of human learning

Editorial decisions are made by our Editorial Board of active researchers who manage the peer review process and decide which manuscripts should be published.


Vol 14 (2018)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Effect of using Geogebra on senior high school students’ performance in circle theorems EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mawuli Kofi Tay, Thomas Mensah Wonkyi 1-18
Effects of sequenced experimentation on trainees’ understanding of concepts in analytical chemistry EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ruby Hanson 19-24
Recurrent Difficulties: Stoichiometry problem-solving EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mandina Shadreck, Ochonogor Chukunoye Enunuwe 25-31
Influence of teachers’ coverage of mathematics curriculum materials (MCM) on their schools’ performance in mathematics EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Hagar Dennis, Damian Kofi Mereku, Mohammed Nurudeen Alhassan 33-38
Movement and the African child: A practice going astray EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Olufunmilola Leah Dominic, Justina Adu 41-50
Effect of instruction on children’s strategies for solving addition problems EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Eric Magnus Wilmot 51-69
Use of improvised experiment materials to improve Teacher Training College students’ achievements in Physics, Rwanda EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Kizito Ndihokubwayo, Jean Uwamahoro, Irénée Ndayambaje 71-84
Heads of departments’ perception of teachers’ participation in continuous professional development programmes and its influence on science and mathematics teaching in Ghanaian secondary schools EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Might Kojo Abreh 85-99
Implementing National Accelerated Language Programme (NALAP) in Northern Ghana: Lessons from the Wing Schools EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Might Kojo Abreh, E. Magmus Wilmot 101-114


ISSN: 2508-1128
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