Year:2022   Volume: 4   Issue: 4   Area: Education

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Maysoon Kamal JALAL

THE EFFECT OF USING E-LEARNING IN TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN THE MIDDLE STAGE

The e-learning revolution is considered one of the revolutions that brought about and will create positive future changes in the field of education and education, which made countries spend a lot of money on ways to benefit from it, as statistics indicate that the size of the e-learning market in the world is estimated at [11] billion annually. Between 60 -70% of them are in the United States of America, and the volume of Arab spending on e-learning during the past few years is estimated at $ 15 million, and is expected to rise to [50-60] Million in the next two years, and the United Arab Emirates comes at the forefront of the Arab countries in terms of spending and investment in e-learning, as the size of the e-learning market in it reached about [6] million dollars during 2003 and is expected to increase during the next five years to reach [24] million dollars at the end of 2008. In 1996, the United States Secretary of Education announced the first National Plan for Educational Technology, which aims to prepare America's students to face the challenges of the twenty-first century. This plan includes the effective use of technology in primary and secondary schools in order to prepare a better education to respond to the requirements of the new labor market and the American economy. Modern trends emphasize the necessity of moving from learning methods based on memorization to those that depend on stimulating the work of the learner's mind, capabilities, skills and development in a way that makes him a partner in the process of creating learning, which is called elearning. The researchers have noted by working in teaching And supervision and educational pamphlets and generalizations on some teachers with the presence of many problems and shortcomings in many aspects, including reliance on traditional methods in the teaching process, which depends on memorization and memorization without understanding and the lack of participation of the learner in that process, which makes him feel bored, we need to use effective educational methods that contribute to Increase their motivation to learn and develop their different thinking skills. As a result of a survey, it was found that the e-learning system sometimes refuses and accepts others, and many expect that e-learning will replace formal education or complementarity between them. The idea of this study emerged from a complete conviction of the importance of e-learning. And to what it can play a very important role in facilitating the educational process as well as the effort and time it provides for the student and the teacher together. More clearly, the importance of the study appears in making students demonstrate their basic scientific capabilities and skills, from observing, comparing, classifying, linking, inquiring, investigating, applying, and discovering in mathematics, which are the capabilities that contribute to improving their academic achievement by relying on activities, small educational projects and formative tests extracted from the book of mathematics away from Indoctrination and diction in traditional teaching methods. The researcher recommends the following: Adopting the application of the e-learning strategy in schools to teach mathematics. And holding training and guidance courses on the role of e-learning in teaching mathematics. And directing consideration in universities and the Department of Educational Sciences about the role of e-learning in teaching mathematics. It is clear from the results of the current research that using the electronic learning method in dealing with mathematical errors for middle school students has a positive effect in increasing academic achievement, and this increase in achievement as a result of using the electronic learning method as a therapeutic method for errors and investing students ’talents electronically in the study of mathematics Through the establishment of electronic workshops.

Keywords: E-Learning, Mathematics, The Middle Stage.

http: //dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.15.43


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