IMPACT STUDY OF TEACHING MATHEMATICS USING ICT ENABLED LEARNING

Rahul Chandra Kushwaha, Achintya Singhal

Abstract


This paper evaluates the impact of teaching mathematics to school students using ICT and computer enabled learning. The study is based on pre-test and post-test study on Control and Experimental groups. The control group was taught by traditional method, i.e. without using any extra teaching- learning tools while experimental group was received teaching by ICT and computer as teaching-learning tools. The study was done on the students of 4 different schools of elementary grade standards. The data were collected using questionnaire format on different concepts like, counting, addition, subtraction and patterns. Pre-test data has been collected initially without giving any instruction to the students and post-test data were collected after classroom teaching to both control and experimental groups. On analysis, significant differences between the scores of control and experimental groups were recorded. The study shows that experimental group has better achievement which had received instruction by ICT with computer enabled learning in comparison to control group which was instructed without any teaching learning tools.

Keywords


ICT; technology enabled learning; e-learning; computer assisted learning; learning technologies;

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v8i8.4715

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