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Dr Nyameka Khangela

 

Dr. Nyameka Khangela worked as a mathematics teacher and as a lecturer at the WB Rubusana College of Education in South Africa for many years. Her research interests lie in mathematics teacher's identities as they develop and hone their practice.

Rank: Lecturer/ Researcher

Qualifications 

Ph.D. (Mathematics Education)

Master OF Science (Engineering Business Management)

Bachelor of Education (Mathematics & Educational Psychology)

Higher Diploma in Education (Mathematics & Educational Psychology)

Bachelor of Science (Applied Mathematics & Statistics)

SAARMSTE Conference Papers

Kangela, N., Mhlolo, M., & Schafer, M. (2013). Operating Wenger's three modes of belonging in the context of a mathematics teacher enrichment programme. In S. Kwofie, B. Ogunniyi, O. Amosun, K. Langenhoven, & S. Dinie (Eds), Making Mathematics, Science and Technology, Socially and Culturally relevant in Africa: proceedings of the 21st annual conference of Southern African Association for Research in mathematics, science, and technology education. (pp. 337-362). University of the Western Cape, South Africa.

Kangela, N., & Schafer, M. (2013). The relevance of mathematics teacher identity in the context of a mathematics teacher enrichment programme (MTEP). In E. Matos, E. Nhalevilo, O. Amosun, C. Lauchande, & N. Cherinda (Eds), Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education for Empowerment and Equity: proceedings of the 23rd annual conference of Southern African Association for Research in Mathematics, science and technology education. PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY and EDUARDO MONDLANE UNIVERSITY Maputo, Mozambique.

Short Paper

Kangela, N., & Schafer, M. (2014). Using Wenger's three modes of belonging as an analytical tool to explore mathematics teacher professional identity change. New avenues to transform Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education in Africa: proceedings of the 22nd annual conference of Southern African Association for Research in mathematics, science and technology education. (pp. 55 -56). Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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