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Unformatted text preview: RNER GIVING A DEMONSTRATION OF STRING FIGURE GATE 2 LEARNER GIVING A DEMONSTRATION OF STRING FIGURE GATE 6 SOME OF THE RESULTS OF THE STUDIES ON INDIGENOUS GAMES (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) Mathematical knowledge from the analysis of indigenous games Performance in specific mathematical concepts e.g. probability – Moruba Socio-cultural interactions in the mathematics classroom during the play of Socio-cultural games games Acknowledgement and empowerment of learners through the use of indigenous Acknowledgement games games Relations between indigenous games and mathematics classroom activities Knowledge of games by the elders and elderly and knowledge holders and the Knowledge implications for mathematics education implications History and Transportation of indigenous games and the impact of globalization Written records and verification processes of indigenous games Similarities and Differences in indigenous games across different countries Research Methodologies and Analytical Frameworks that may be used in the Research studies on Indigenous Games studies ROLE OF INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE HOLDERS (ELDERS) IN ETHNOMATHEMATICAL STUDIES Their wealth of knowledge may be used to Their verify and correct the records that already exist, which at times may be incorrect exist, They must not only serve as our source of They knowledge and research material, but should as many times as possible and as far as possible, allow their voices to be heard allow They must be acknowledged correctly and They appropriately (Contribution to making their knowledge eradicate their poverty) knowledge...
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