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Wits School of Education and Gauteng Department of Education. Volume 2 Issue 1B January 2009

Wits School of Education and Gauteng Department of Education. Volume 2 Issue 1B January 2009

In this second part of Volume 2 we focus on the meaning of the word ‘misconceptions’and compare it to the general understanding of the meaning of ‘errors’ and ‘mistakes’. These different words have different concepts associated with them. We tend to use the word ‘misconception’ indiscriminately when talking to colleagues, and more often than not, we are talking about learner errors or mistakes rather than misconceptions....

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