About Mr. Azwidowi Emmanuel Libusha
Mr Emmanuel Libusha is a PhD candidate in mathematics education. His areas of specialization include Geometry in mathematics and language in mathematics. He worked with the GDE from 2008 as a mathematics teacher at Glenvista high school in Johannesburg. Before joining the University of Johannesburg in 2016 as an assistant lecturer. He is currently a lecturer in the Department of Childhood Education. He describes himself as an articulate, focused Mathematics teacher who can communicate effectively with learners and students from diverse backgrounds or varying degrees of competency. He is a committed and dedicated professional with a proven ability to teach, motivate and steer learners towards maximum performance by promoting a positive and enthusiastic learning environment. He is passionate about giving learners and students the best possible education. He enjoys working in an environment rich with opportunities for self-edification and relishes the challenge of managing a diverse workload.
Libusha, A.E. (2021). Using everyday language to support learners’ access to mathematical content knowledge. In Proceedings of the Education and New Developments 2021 (pp. 59 – 63). Portugal: M Carmo (Eds.).
Libusha, A.E. (2021). The change in conceptual understanding of quadrilaterals when preservice teachers advance from one van Hiele level to another. In Proceedings of the 26th Annual National Congress of the Association for Mathematics Education of South Africa (pp. 176–191). Pretoria: Z. Jojo & M. Du Plooy (Eds.).
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