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Hanim, S., & Hairulniza, Z. (2002). Pembangunan Perisian Pembelajaran Berpandukan Komputer (PBK) Bagi Tajuk Pecahan Tingkatan Satu Berdasarkan Model Pembelajaran ASSURE. Jurnal Teknologi Pendidikan Malaysia, 34, 121-130.

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  • TITLE: The Benefits and Constraints of the Use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Teaching Mathematics

    AUTHORS: Nur Afiqah Zakaria, Fariza Khalid

    KEYWORDS: Advantages of ICT, Integration of ICT, Teaching Mathematics, Hindrances of ICT, Mathematics

    JOURNAL NAME: Creative Education, Vol.7 No.11, July 21, 2016

    ABSTRACT: The development of information and communication technology (ICT) has affected educators’ teaching methods through its application in learning and teaching mathematics. The objective of this systematic analysis is to explore the benefits and constraints of ICT that have been faced by educators during learning and teaching processes for mathematics. Based on selected literature, it was found that the advantages of applying ICT in teaching mathematics are: It attracts students’ interest in learning mathematics; it increases their motivation and performance; it encourages lifelong learning; and it facilitates positive interactions and relationships. Nevertheless, a few constraints have been faced by mathematics educators during teaching processes involving ICT. Identified constraints and limitations are: Educators lacking knowledge of ICT; minimal training and opportunities for learning about ICT; and limited technical support. Therefore, it is suggested in the literature that there is a need for an increase in training for mathematics educators in terms of computer usage and ICT applications for teaching purposes. Technical support should also be a concern, so as to motivate mathematics educators to apply elements of ICT in their teaching. This could maintain the positive changes and perception of students regarding learning mathematics.