Digital Innovation in Teaching and Learning Mathematics in University

Digital Innovation in Teaching and Learning Mathematics in University

Ng Eng Hui (Taylor's University, Malaysia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-4080-9.ch015
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Abstract

The objective of this chapter is to propose and share innovative ideas for digital board usage in teaching mathematics and strategies for creating an engaging module site for mathematics. Various applications are integrated within the module site to substitute typical document file sharing. The use of these applications enhanced the learning experience by creating mediums of constant interaction, collaboration, and participation. E-learning module uses technology as an instrument to set up a community that is connected via a network that not only provided knowledge support but also created an affinity space for a deeper learning experience. This chapter provides techniques to mathematics lecturers for their future classroom set up and module site development for a more effective information delivery.
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Mathematics often requires students to perform massive calculation works. Typically, it is being taught by the explanation of mathematical theories and computational methods at the beginning of each topic or lesson. It is followed by the demonstration of step-by-step problem solving techniques and students are required to solve related questions eventually. Therefore, the success of this teaching and learning process is highly dependent on the students’ ability to apply and perform the computational tasks.

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