Technology in Mathematics Education

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Umar Ukasha
Vincent Dodo Jatau

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The use of technology in education has grown rapidly in recent years, and the integration of technology in the teaching and learning of mathematics and other subjects has become a very critical issue. By technology in education, we mean the use of computers and other tools (for example, calculators, projectors, software, and the internet) inside and outside of class. In this paper, we report on and analyze the use of technology and the attitudes towards it of both students and instructors at Nuhu Bamalli. Thus, we examined whether students and instructors would like to use technology in the future and the reasons upon which this decision is based. The results indicated that, in general, both students and instructors have a positive attitude towards technology and support its integration into the course of mathematics.

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Ukasha, U., & Jatau, V. D. (2023). Technology in Mathematics Education. Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences Journal of Mathematics, and Science Education, 4(2), 1–9. Retrieved from https://fnasjournals.com/index.php/FNAS-JMSE/article/view/151
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