South African Mathematics Foundation (SAMF)
The South African Mathematics Foundation (SAMF) aims to advance the mathematics development and education of South African children and young people through improved quality teaching and learning of mathematics as well as through public awareness activities. It was founded in 2004 by the Association for Mathematics Education in SA (AMESA) and the South African Mathematical Society (SAMS). SAMF serves as the national office for mathematics to promote the effective coordination, administration and advancement of mathematics in South Africa. The My Maths Buddy One Book One Learner Project is one of the key projects of SAMF addressing the understanding of maths language at schools for both teachers and learners.
the main four thrusts for SAMF are:
1. Learner Development in mathematics and Science
2. Teacher Development
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