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    • How do student and classroom characteristics affect attitude toward mathematics? A multivariate multilevel analysis 

      Kiwanuka, Nsubuga Henry; Damme, Van Jan; Noortgate, Van Den Wim; Anumendem, kafu Dickson N; Vanlaar, Gudrun; Reynolds, Chandra; Namusisi, Speranza (Taylor & Francis Group, 2016)
      This study investigated the effects of student and classroom characteristics on math self-confidence, perceived usefulness, and enjoyment of mathematics as multiple outcomes. A sample of 7th-grade students from 78 classes ...
    • Factors affecting Mathematics achievement of first-year secondary school students in Central Uganda 

      Kiwanuka, Henry; Namusisi, Speranza (Education Association of South Africa (EASA), 2015-08)
      This study explores the sources of variability in Mathematics achievement of Ugandan students at the student, classroom and school level. The Mathematics score and questionnaire responses of 4,819 first-year secondary ...
    • Finitely coloured ordinals 

      Mwesigye, F.; Truss, J. K (Department of Pure Mathematics, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, UK, 2010)
      Abstract. Two structures A and B are n-equivalent if player II has a winning strategy in the n-move Ehrenfeucht-fraïssé game on A and B. Ordinals and m-coloured ordinals are studied up to n-equivalence for various values ...
    • DG 6 

      Awichi, Richard; Castela, Corine; Valero, Paola; Lott, Johnny W (2015)
      The aim of the DG was to engage participants in fruitful dialogue about the nature and roles of international co-operation in mathematics education. Mathematics education, both research and practice, is international. This ...
    • Prevalence and drug susceptibility of isolates of urinary tract infections among febrile under-fives in Nsambya Hospital, Uganda 

      Katongole, Simon Peter; Ocokoru, Christine; Onzima, Robert Anguyo DDM; Govule, Philip (Open Science Journal of Clinical Medicine, 2015)
      Background: Urinary tract infections remain a silent cause of morbidity and complications among under-fives due to its nonspecific presentation and incapacity of most health facilities in developing countries to diagnose ...