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use of microcomputers in mathematics teaching in Fiji

Fereti Seru Dewa

use of microcomputers in mathematics teaching in Fiji

by Fereti Seru Dewa

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Thesis(Ph.D.) -Loughborough University of Technology.

Statementby Fereti Seru Dewa.
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Open LibraryOL13930925M

This text book has been written to cater for the new Year 11 Computer Education syllabus trialed in Fiji secondary school for the year It is a new text book and the first of its kind to be. discuss their views on the benefits of using Matific program to learn different concepts in Mathematics at Year 5 level. With evidence upon successful implementation, it can be proposed to Ministry of Education; Fiji National University (Primary Pre-service and In-service Teachers) and other stake holders to adapt Matific Program across the Nation.

Get this from a library! Teaching mathematics and science: patterns of microcomputer use. [Richard J Shavelson; National Institute of Education (U.S.); Rand Corporation.;] -- The purpose of this study, in broad terms, was to narrow the knowledge gaps regarding computer uses in schools by describing the patterns of microcomputer-based mathematics and science instruction. Get this from a library! Microcomputers and mathematics. [J W Bruce; P J Giblin; P J Rippon] -- The purpose of this book is to give those with some mathematical background a wealth of material with which to appreciate both the power of the microcomputer and its relevance to the study of.

The microcomputer and microcomputer systems are viewed as offering a wealth of new opportunities for school mathematics programs, and provide an alternative to time-sharing in both cost and convenience. Four possible sources of suitable software are noted, and the following types of programs are discussed as useful for classroom work: (1) drill and practice, (2) tutorials, (3) demonstrations. This paper describes patterns of microcomputer use found among teachers nominated as "successful" at elementary and secondary mathematics and science instruction. The study focuses on the integration of microcomputers into the teaching process, and identifies four patterns of microcomputer use: "orchestration," "enrichment," "adjunct.


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In Fiji, all children have access to education, but the quality varies depending upon if the school is located in a rural or urban area. Primary school lasts for six years and its curriculum includes math, English, health sciences, social sciences, music, and physical education among others.

This thesis primarily concerns the application of microcomputers in teaching mathematics in Fiji. The author's experience shows that teachers in Fiji are aware of the need to respond to the microcomputer technology but this response is restricted due to the almost Author: Fereti S.

Dewa. Secondary Mathematics Education in Fiji Fiji has a well established education system, beginning from pre-school up to tertiary level. There are secondary schools in Fiji which generally cater for Year 9 (form 3) to Year 13 (form 7).

Year 7 and Year 8 are either File Size: KB. using reading and mathematics software [35]. technology use and teaching practices. In the more than. two decades since technolog y applications such as. overhead proj ectors. An investigation of the microcomputer as a mathematics teaching aids.

Some benefits of microcomputers in teaching statistics. Computer assisted support for blind students, the use of a microcomputer linked voice synthesizer. Representation of knowledge in CAL courseware. Specifying control and data in the design of educational software.

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Teaching Literature Using Dialogic Literary Argumentation is written for teacher. This paper examines the issues involved in assisting teachers in their implementation of computers in the mathematics classroom.

It documents them in the light of a year-long New Zealand study involving teachers using computers in their mathematics teaching. Our results suggest that putting a computer in the mathematics classroom is unlikely to result in changes in learning or teaching.

Research on the effectiveness of microcomputer software for drill and practice is briefly summarized, as well as research on other ways of using microcomputers. (MNS) Descriptors: Computer Oriented Programs, Drills (Practice), Elementary Secondary Education, Mathematics Education, Mathematics Instruction, Microcomputers, Problem Solving.

Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- Great Britain. Mathematics -- Computer-assisted instruction.

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Great Britain -- Secondary schools -- Curriculum subjects: Mathematics -- Teaching -- Applications of microcomputer systems. Gary Bitter (born Susank, Kansas) is an American researcher, teacher, author and pioneer in educational is Professor of Educational Technology and past Executive Director of Technology Based Learning and Research at Arizona State University.

He was a founding board member of the International Society for Technology in Education and served as its first elected president. Describes a study conducted to ascertain the effect of using microcomputer-assisted instruction as compared to a lecture-discussion technique in teaching principles and methods of cost recovery and investment credit on agricultural assets to graduate students in agricultural education.

The lecture method proved more effective, perhaps because the microcomputer group did not spend enough.

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Foundations of Primary Mathematics Education An introduction to curriculum, pedagogy and content By John West, Fiona Budgen. Febru by Routledge. Microcomputers in Early Childhood Education.

By John T. Pardeck.Different ways to use a microcomputer in mathematics instruction are examined. The first part deals with the kinds of prerecorded programing resources available, and how these can be used effectively.

The second part briefly looks at some simple programing activities that can be used within the context of mathematics instruction. (MP).