image Issue n. 2 on the use and obstacles of ICT in mathematics and science classes.

Issue n. 5 of the Briefing Papers explores the patterns and obstacles of ICT use in mathematics and science classes. Among the results it emerged that, across Europe, science teachers engage in ICT activities during lessons slightly more frequently than mathematics teachers. Moreover, it seems that exam pressure is one the most relevant obstacles to the use of ICT within the classroom for all subjects and grades, but especially for mathematics classes. The project focus explains how the inGenious project is contributing to increased and improved use of technology and innovative pedagogies in mathematics and science education.

Type
briefing paper
Author
Michela Pagano
Year
2013
Audience
educational authorities, parents, policy makers, teachers
Topics
Innovation, STEM
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