Teachers’ Use of ICT Facilities in Mathematics Education

Onesme Niyibizi, Vedaste Mutarutinya
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Abstract


Mathematics education is a crucial component of a well-rounded education, providing students with essential problem-solving skills and critical thinking abilities. Utilization of ICT in the teaching context has had a major positive impression, especially on teachers. ICT facilities are now used as a tool for mathematics teaching and learning to satisfy the needs of both teachers and learners. This study aimed to investigate teachers’ technology use in Mathematics Education in four selected public secondary schools. The study employed a survey design. A straightforward random selection method was used to select and include fourteen individuals in this investigation. The data presented was gathered through questionnaires. Using percentage and mean, the information that was collected was examined. Fourteen mathematics teachers that were selected for the study had an average mean of 3.68, revealing that the majority of secondary mathematics teachers use of ICT facilities to support the teaching of mathematics. To increase the use of ICT facilities in secondary schools, it is advised that teachers keep utilizing technology in the classroom. The findings of this study contribute to the existing body of research on effective ICT utilization in Mathematics Education.

Keywords


ICT facilities, ICT utilization, Secondary schools, Mathematics Education

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Niyibizi, O. & Mutarutinya, V. (2024). Teachers’ use of ICT facilities in mathematics education. International Journal of Studies in Education and Science (IJSES), 5(2), 140-149. https://doi.org/10.46328/ijses.79




DOI: https://doi.org/10.46328/ijses.79

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