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The Usefulness of Technology-based Interactive Methods in Teaching Mathematics and Statistics at the College Level

Bothaina Bukhatwa, Eman Nasser Ali Al Ruqeishi, Fahad Mohamed Humaid Al Khamisi

Abstract: This study aims to investigate the advantages of implementing multimedia resources in the teaching and learning environment of mathematics and statistics. It examines the use of tablet PCs to create video learning resources. Such practices allow lecturers to provide additional learning support to students via the learning platform Moodle. This paper discusses the experiences of three lecturers in developing a technology-based, interactive teaching method to support student learning. The results found that “solved examples” in the video resources are useful in demonstrating topics about statistics. Furthermore, the paper encourages lecturers to learn from their experiences and develop learning resources to enable students to better engage in the learning process.
Keywords: teaching / lecturers / mathematics / video / statistics / students / student learning / Technology based

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