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The discussion information computer technology integrates fitness of 6–7th grade mathematics teaching

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3 Author(s)
Ching-Hsien Shang ; Graduate Institute of Science, Education, National Kaohsiung, Normal University, GISE, NKNU, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, R.O.C. ; E-Soon Lin ; Chih-Yung Juan

The main purpose of this research aims at discussing the point of view that those mathematics teachers of grade 6 -7th in Taiwan incorporate ICT into teaching. By means of this research, it can be understood what items are suitable for incorporating ICT into the norm of the annual detailed catalogue of Nine-year Consistent Curriculum (NCC), and it will provide the reference that ICT accesses development of teaching methods. In accordance with the norm of the annual detailed catalogue of grade 6-7th mathematics course outline of Nine-year Consistent Curriculum (NCC),the researcher devises the forms of questionnaire, sampling 26 mathematics teachers in clusters from 26 junior high schools of south Taiwan to probe into the adaptability of ICT incorporating to teaching. Consequently, this research can be shown as follows: the first, as far as teachers' viewpoints are concerned, it is not appropriate that incorporating ICT into the norm item of the annual mathematics detailed catalogue is better than traditional one. The second, in terms of Geometry norm item of the annual detailed catalogue, it would be the most adaptable for ICT. The third, as regards the tendency to teachers' teaching, there are more appropriate to incorporating ICT into mathematics teaching by the sequence of items n-3-16, n-3-17 s-3-0:K s-3-02. The forth, so far as the specialty of multimedia application is concerned, there are more adaptable for incorporating ICT into six items such as n-3-06, n-3-08, n-3-15, s-3-03, a-3-11, a-3-12 in order.

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Electrical and Control Engineering (ICECE), 2011 International Conference on

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16-18 Sept. 2011