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n Learning and Teaching Mathematics - A quick tool for tracking procedural fluency progress in Grade 2, 3 and 4 learners

Volume 2013, Issue 14
  • ISSN : 1990-6811

Abstract

The South African Numeracy Chair (SANC) project works with fifteen schools in the broader Grahamstown area in the Eastern Cape. Among other things, the SANC project works toward improving numeracy proficiency among learners, basing its notion of numeracy proficiency on Kilpatrick, Swafford & Findell's (2001) definition of mathematical proficiency. This definition comprises five intertwined and interrelated strands: and . As part of the SANC project we run a number of regular after-school maths clubs for learners, and in the club activities we strive to develop numeracy proficiency in the learner participants in each of these five strands.

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