The advancement of technology has changed the way in which mathematics is taught today. Every day, we use simple and more advanced graphing calculators; we use computer programs and smart boards to explain mathematical concepts. We offer online math courses to reach a broad range of students. Technology can help in delivering mathematics, but if technology is not used appropriately the mathematical concept can be lost, and it can create confusion and frustration among learners. In this paper we discuss pros and cons of using technology in math classes. We also present methods and techniques that can be used in delivering online math courses. We hope that the paper will encourage others to carefully use technology in mathematics and give ideas on how to create online math courses despite the limitations of cost efficient technology available to students.
|Keywords:||Distance Learning, Online Education, Math Education, E-learning|
Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah, USA
Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Weber State University, Utah, USA
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