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Wiskunde begin by die huis…

…enige tyd van enige dag. Ons weeg en meet ons seuntjies amper elke week. Die 3-jarige is erg trots dat hy al 15kg weeg. Gister speel hy met sponsies. Hy pak hulle in ‘n toring en tel daar is 12. “Dis baie kilogramme, nê Mamma?” vra hy. Toe verduidelik ek dis baie SPONSIES, maar hulle […]

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How can we better our service?

My goal is to deliver great service as fast as possible. I would appreciate it if One-Stop-Math-Shop customers can give suggestions of how to better our services. You can also tell us what kinds of posts you would like to see in future. All comments can be made in either English or Afrikaans. [paypal_donation_button border=”1″]

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Maths Charity Projects

I do charity in lots of different ways… Giving away freebies in the One-Stop-Math-Shop Making some products in the One-Stop-Math-Shop really cheap Making and giving away Math materials (made from recycling or from resources that I bought out of my own pocket) Helping people for free (advice and resources) It came to my attention that […]

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Top Mathematics at Sweet Valley Primary School (Bergvliet)

In December 2015 this school was named the top performing school at the annual Gala awards of the South African Mathematics Foundation (SAMF). They say the following on their website with regards to Mathematics… “What could problem solving look like in a primary maths classroom? In his chapter on thinking mathematically (1992), Alan Schoenfeld suggests that […]

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Leerder-gensentreerde benadering in die Wiskundeklas

Ek het ‘n fantastiese artikel ontdek wat deur “Die Afrikaanse Onnie” op haar blog geskryf is: [Junie 2015] http://dieafrikaanseonnie.blogspot.co.za/2015/06/om-wiskunde-te-verstaan.html Om wiskunde te verstaan  Wat is die doel van wiskunde onderrig in die grondslagfase as ons kinders nie leer om te dink en te redeneer nie? Ek glo vas in die probleem-gesentreerde benadering tot wiskunde onderrig […]

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Math teacher – Which is more important – knowledge or compliance?

We live in a time where we ask more questions that ever. We don’t just follow a set pattern. We question ways people have been doing things forever and we make changes so that it will suit our own styles. People of the 21st century are focused on critical thinking and creating things. We allow […]

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Turn off Boxbe

I don’t know about you but this Boxbe is really getting on my nerves….so I Googled it.. To turn off Boxbe for Gmail manually, follow these steps. First, go to your settings from within Gmail. Second, once inside your Gmail Settings, click “Filters.” Once you’ve removed the filter, Boxbe won’t be protecting your Gmail account […]

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Woeker met Wiskunde – konferensie in Citrusdal, Oktober 2016

Hierdie fantastiese konferensie wat gereël deur Suma Jovner. Sy en Johan van Lill, RSG aanbieder en opvoedingskenner, het saam ‘n besigheid en is betrokke by die reëling van Wiskunde events. ALLES is betaal deur die SBA – die Stigting vir Bemagtiging vir Afrikaans. Onthou, is Wiskunde speel taal ‘n groot rol. Daar is baie terme […]

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