• Published 2007

How Manipulatives Affect the Mathematics Achievement of Students in Nigerian Schools

@inproceedings{Aburime2007HowMA,
  title={How Manipulatives Affect the Mathematics Achievement of Students in Nigerian Schools},
  author={F. Ehi. Aburime},
  year={2007}
}
Mathematics is a very important subject in Nigeria. Yet, for more than twenty years, mathematics education in Nigeria has been in a sorry state. Mathematics achievement has been very low and frustrating. So far, every effort made to save Nigerian education from the devastating effect of persistent poor mathematics achievement has failed. An experiment to address the problem of poor achievement in mathematics in Nigerian high schools was carried out in Edo State of Nigeria. Eighteen simple… CONTINUE READING

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