Annals of Educational Research and Reviews

Wilhelm Kauki

Department of Natural Sciences and Information Technology, University of Mwenge Catholic, Moshi, Tanzania

  • Research Article   
    Effective classroom practices for unlocking student’s potentials in mathematics
    Author(s): Theresia Bonifasi Mkenda*, Wilhelm Kauki, Idd Ramadhan, Yotham Gwanika and Leonard Jacob

    Despite several measures that have been employed by different stakeholders to improve the teaching and learning of mathematics subject in Tanzania, the student’s pass rate in form four national examinations has been less than 25% for more than ten (10) consecutive years now. This persistent massive failure in mathematics can be highly associated with teaching strategies that are used by teachers when delivering their lessons, student’s attitudes toward the subject and the general school/learning environments that surround the students. This paper analyses the effective strategies that can be employed by teachers and other stakeholders to make mathematics lessons more meaningful and help students develop strong positive attitudes toward the subject, hence unlocking their potential in mathematics. These strategies were first compiled from a scop.. Read More»

    DOI: 10.51268/2736-1853.22.10.063

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