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Utility of Innovative Techniques (Smart Class) in Learning Mathematics among Secondary School Students

Author Affiliations

  • 1Vellalar College of Education for Women, Maruthi Nagar, Thindal, Erode-12, Tamil Nadu State, INDIA

Res. J. Recent Sci., Volume 4, Issue (IYSC-2015), Pages 192-195, September,2 (2015)

Abstract

Education is the social process by which an individual learns the things necessary to fit him to the life of his society. The students learn to use the computer in solving difficult problems and also they changes on the individuals with respect to positive question, different types can take a test with the computer and can obtain immediate meaningful feedback. The computer can be used by teacher in many innovative ways to improve the effectiveness of instruction. The advances claimed of using computers in education for saving time and effort. Smart class is a comprehensive solution designed to assist teachers in meeting with their day to day classroom challenges and enhancing studentís academic performances with simple, practical and meaningful use of technology. It simplifies the problems of teaching abstract curriculum concepts that are difficult for students of visualize or relate through the provision of three dimensioned interactive multimedia modules. Investigator used by survey method and simple random technique are followed. The Sample of 300 IX standard students in Erode District from Tamil Nadu State. Descriptive and differential statistics are used this study.

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