Bakri Mohammed A Awaji

Bakri Awaji

St.Andrews Building 

b.awaji.1@research.gla.ac.uk

 

Research title: Investigating the Effectiveness of Using GeoGebra on Students' Mathematical Proficiency

Research Summary

The purpose of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of using GeoGebra on students’ mathematical proficiency. Mathematical proficiency is defined by Kilpatrick, Swafford, and Findell (2001) as consisting of five strands: conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, strategic competence, adaptive reasoning and productive disposition. To do this, I will elicit students’ and teachers’ views of learning mathematics using GeoGebra and identify how this software can change teacher practices in the classroom. The study will also determine any difficulties students encounter in answering pre-tests and post-tests. Which are combined from the released items The Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study for years 2007, 2001, and 2015.

Publications

THE EFF ECTIVENESS OF USING TECHNOLOGY ON STUDENTS’ CONFIDENCE IN MATHEMATICS

  1. Awaji, V. Lally, R. Mancy

 

 

Conference

 

EDULEARN19 (11th annual International Conference on Education and
New Learning Technologies) 1st-3rd of July 2019,  Palma de Mallorca (Spain

CoSS PGR conference 31st of October - 1st of November, 2019 University of Glasgow