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Title: Cross cultural dimensions to the learning and practice of learning
Authors: Foncha, JW
Abongdia, JA
Mafumo, TN
Keywords: Cultural dimension to learning;Practice of learning;Gender perspective in schools;Student teachers
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: IFE Centre for Psychological Studies
Abstract: The paper focused on the question of cultural dimension to learning and the practice of learning in different schools. It can be argues that values mould a culture and this influences the interactions through their adherence to the daily practices. Thus the different schools experience different kinds of conflicts between their different components since these different components use different materials or resources to achieve the different gains. Therefore, the paper x-rayed this cultural dimension from gender perspective in schools and established that it is essential for student teachers to come up with different innovative ways of teaching that can carter for the challenges encountered in the classrooms.
ISSN: 1596-9231
Appears in Collections:Edu - Journal Articles (DHET subsidised)

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