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1998
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Koay, P. L. (1998). The knowledge of percent of pre-service teachers. The Mathematics Educator, 3(2),54-69.
Abstract: 
Percent is an important concept in mathematics and yet both children and
adults find it difficult to conceptuahse the concept and apply it to solve problems.
To expand pupils' approaches to percent problems, the teachers themselves must have a deep understanding of the concept and be more reflective in their choice of approaches to the percent problems. This article reports on the findings of a study
on the knowledge of percent that pre-service teachers have. It also provides suggestions for the use of IT to improve the teaching of percent in the classroom.
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0218-9100
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