Teaching and Learning Mathematics at a distance in the Context of the Corona (COVID-19) Pandemic: Between Reality and Hope

  • Ibrahiem Mohammed Abdullah Professor of Mathematics Education at Shagraa Saud University
Keywords: COVID-19, Mathematics Teaching, Learning

Abstract

The paper dealt with the teaching and learning of mathematics at a distance in the Context of the Corona Pandemic: between reality and hope. The paper included several investigations: the first, distance learning platforms, the second: the reality of learning and learning mathematics at a distance under the Corona pandemic, and the third and last: a proposed vision for the development of distance learning and mathematics learning. The paper concluded by proposing some physical tools (Hardware) and electronic, interactive software to develop the education and learning of mathematics at a distance. The study has also offered a number of recommendations, the most important of which is the need to identify the appropriate electronic and interactive software for each stage of study.  Another recommendation is the need to train those who teach mathematics at these stages to ensure that they are handled professionally

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Author Biography

Ibrahiem Mohammed Abdullah, Professor of Mathematics Education at Shagraa Saud University

Professor of Mathematics Education at Shagraa Saud University

Published
2020-07-13
How to Cite
Abdullah, I. (2020). Teaching and Learning Mathematics at a distance in the Context of the Corona (COVID-19) Pandemic: Between Reality and Hope. International Journal of Research in Educational Sciences. (IJRES), 3(4). Retrieved from http://www.iafh.net/index.php/IJRES/article/view/247
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