The Gap between Expectations and Reality: Integrating Computers into Mathematics Classrooms
Asia Pacific Education Review Volume 10, Number 4, ISSN 1598-1037
As a result of dramatic changes in mathematics education around the world, in Turkey both elementary and secondary school mathematics curriculums have changed in the light of new demands since 2005. In order to perform the expected change in newly developed curriculum, computer should be integrated into learning and teaching process. Teachers' beliefs play a key role in this integration process. Negative beliefs against using computer in mathematics teaching may lead to failure of this process. With the help of this study, it is aimed to detect mathematics teachers' beliefs concerning Computer Assisted Mathematics Instruction (CAMI). Within the scope of this aim, the conducted questionnaire (The opinions of teachers about using computer in Mathematics Instruction) has been carried out on 91 mathematics teachers in the city of Trabzon. The acquired results have shown that mathematics teachers have developed negative opinions against CAMI. This state has revealed that there is a huge inconsistency between curriculum's positive expectations arising from computer usage and teachers' convictions.
Guven, B., Cakiroglu, U. & Akkan, Y. (2009). The Gap between Expectations and Reality: Integrating Computers into Mathematics Classrooms. Asia Pacific Education Review, 10(4), 505-515.
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