@article{oai:naruto.repo.nii.ac.jp:00028069,
author = {GOMAY, David Kunum},
journal = {鳴門教育大学国際教育協力研究, NUE Journal of International Educational Cooperation},
month = {Feb},
note = {The purpose of the study was to find out and compare if the conceptual and procedural knowledge possessed by students is consistent to that of the lecturers utilizing both quantitate and qualitative data collection methods. This study is based on a sample mathematics test question item taken from 5th grade angles of triangles and was administered to first year students enrolled in one of the 14 TTCs as well as questionnaires to mathematics lecturers in three TTCs in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea. The findings exposed similarity in the limitations of both conceptual and procedural understanding of angle summation of triangles and also exposed common areas of misconceptions by both lecturers and students. Hence, the study proposes ways in which these needy areas are critically addressed to raise standards and improve mathematics education in TTCs in PNG.},
pages = {91--98},
title = {Improving Mathematics Education in Teacher Training Colleges (TTCs) in Papua New Guinea (PNG) : An Analysis of the Comparison of TTC Lecturers and Students Response to a Sample Test Question Item in Geometry Shapes},
volume = {12},
year = {2019}
}