BIJSME Vol. 2, No. 1, Yr 2010


BRUNEI INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS

Volume 2 Number 1 Year 2010

EDUCATION (BIJSME)

Scope

The mission of Brunei International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education (BIJSME) is to serve society through excellence in science and mathematics education research, and to generate new  knowledge in the areas of science and mathematics education, including the use of technology, for the  benefit of teachers, students, parents, academics, professionals and practitioners involved in science  and mathematics education-related industry.  Research reports, reviews, accounts of innovations in teaching and learning and commentary on significant developments in Science and mathematics education are welcomed. The language of the journal is English. The upper limit for the manuscript is 10,000 words (incl. references). All contributions are reviewed by an international panel of reviewers before acceptance for publication.

Cataloging In Publication Data

Brunei International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education. Vol 2 no. 1 (2010). – Bandar seri Begawan: Universiti Brunei Darussalam, c2009- v.: i11. : 20 cm
Annual
ISSN : 2076-0868

1. Science – Study and teaching – Brunei Darussalam – Periodicals. 2. Mathematics – – Study and teaching – Brunei Darussalam – Periodicals. 3. Science – Brunei Darussalam – Periodicals. 4. Mathematics –Brunei Darussalam – Periodicals. Q183.4.B7 B78

Disclaimer

The views expressed in the Brunei International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education are those of the authors. They should not be interpreted as the official position of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Education, or of the Universiti Brunei Darussalam.

ISSN : 2076-0868

Web Address             : https://shbieejournal.wordpress.com/journals/bijsme/
Copyright©2010 by the Authors
Publisher : Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Education


Table of Contents Page No.
Research Reports
Slowmation as a pedagogical scaffold for improving science teaching and learning
Stephen Keast, Rebecca Cooper, Amanda Berry, and John Loughran
1
Science teachers’ motivation to teach: intrinsic factors
Mahani-Rashid and Harkirat S Dhindsa,
16
Students’ perceptions of learning science in small groups: a case study in higher education
S M Hafizur Rahman, Md. Mahbub Alam Sarkar, Jui Judith Gomes, and Foez Ahmed Mojumder
32
Effects of school type and teacher gender on classroom interaction patterns in integrated science classes
Effects of school type and teacher gender on classroom interaction patterns in integrated science classes
Joel O. Eriba and Emmanuel E. Achor
48
Can students read secondary science textbooks comfortably?
Can students read secondary science textbooks comfortably?
Bob C S Yong
59
An analysis of addition and subtraction word problem in mathematics textbooks used in Malaysian primary school classrooms
Parmjit Singh and Teoh Sian Hoon
68

Managed by Dr Zahari Hamidon (SHBIE Research Committee 2011)

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