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Language-as-Resource: Language strategies used by New Zealand teachers working in an international multilingual setting

Sharma University of Waikato, New Zealand Introduction Multilingual classrooms are an increasing feature of schools worldwide, in part due to immigration in response to poverty and war but also as part

Promoting Risk Taking in Mathematics Classrooms: The importance of Creating a Safe Learning Environment

Students beliefs and attitudes towards risk taking can impact on their mathematics learning and performance. However, at present, risk is not established in the field of mathematics education. The challenge for mathematics teachers in developing their students’ risk taking dispositions is to choose appropriate activities and tools that match this concept and the learning needs of...

Promoting Risk Taking in Mathematics Classrooms: The importance of Creating a Safe Learning Environment

Students beliefs and attitudes towards risk taking can impact on their mathematics learning and performance. However, at present, risk is not established in the field of mathematics education. The challenge for mathematics teachers in developing their students’ risk taking dispositions is to choose appropriate activities and tools that match this concept and the learning needs of...

Quality of life among people living with acquired immune deficiency syndrome receiving anti-retroviral therapy: a study from Nepal

Koirala, Santosh Timalsina, Sashi Sharma Department of Medicine, Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, Kathmandu, Nepal Purpose: The present study was undertaken to determine the impact of acquired immune

Failure of Pentavalent Antimony in Visceral Leishmaniasis in India: Report from the Center of the Indian Epidemic

In India, 320 patients with visceral leishmaniasis (209 in the state of Bihar and 11 in the neighboring state of Uttar Pradesh) received identical pentavalent antimony (Sb) treatment. Sb induced long-term cure in 35% (95% confidence interval [CI], 28%–42%) of those in Bihar versus 86% (95% CI, 79%–93%) of those in Uttar Pradesh. In Bihar, the center of the Indian epidemic...