About Mrs. Mafor Penn
Mafor currently works as a science lecturer at the Department of Childhood Education, University of Johannesburg. She is also a PhD candidate and holds a Masters in science education (MEd with distinction). Mafor currently does research in technology-enhanced science education, the affordances of Virtual and Augmented Reality (VAR) in science teaching and learning, mobile learning in science education and Inquiry-Based Science Education (IBSE). She has also published some of her work in reputable journals and various national and international conferences, including SAARMSTE (Southern African countries), ISTE (South Africa), ICET, ICPE, ICESS & END (International).
Ramnarain U., Penn M. (2021) An Investigation of South African Pre-service Teachers’ Use of Simulations in Virtual Physical Sciences Learning: Process, Attitudes and Reflections. In: Cai Y., van Joolingen W., Veermans K. (eds) Virtual and Augmented Reality, Simulation and Serious Games for Education. Gaming Media and Social Effects. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-1361-6_7
Penn, M. & Ramnarain, U. (2021). South African Grade 12 Science Students’ Understandings of Scientific Inquiry. Science and Education. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11191-021-00259-2
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