MATH ATTITUDE & ANXIETY IN COMPUTER
ASSISTED INSTRUCTION ACROSS
A Research Proposal Presented to the Faculty
of the College of Teacher Education
Cebu Normal University
In Partial Fulfillment of the Subject
(Found Ed. 4006)
Odessa M. Bonjoc – Avenido
ARMESTIDES M. BARGAYO VI
JUN ANTOINETTE Z. NAVAJA
ANGELIE L. SENAROSA
Roselle Jardin Ranario, DPA
Thinking that this was impossible to achieve made us realize that everything would be possible especially with enough help and support from people around us. Not only motivating us but also helped us to pursue our goal. They gave us the courage to do good and guided all throughout. It is our pleasure to thank those who made this possible.
To our Heavenly Father, for His divine providence and for giving us enough strength.
To our families, for their moral and financial support especially during difficult times.
To our very supportive adviser, Dr. Roselle Jardin-Ronario, DPA for giving us words of wisdom and guiding us all throughout. Thank you also for the patience and encouragements.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
4 Theoretical Background
Statement of the Problem
Significance of the Study
Selected based on the performance
Data Gathering Procedures
Treatment of Data
DEFINITION OF TERMS
The love and eagerness to know is the beginning of a beautiful journey towards learning. The moment we want to know about any concept, we tend to develop attachment towards it. By then, we would like to learn more about the concept and would do anything to know better.
Statistically, Mathematics has been the academic subject that has presented the greatest challenge to many students. Many researchers suggest that difficulties in learning mathematics begin as early as pre-school. They argue that inadequate knowledge and ineffective teaching by some teachers plant the seed for future complications in the mathematics classroom. In an effort to address the challenge of poor academic performance in math, there is an abundant amount of literature and research on improvement in methods of math instruction. Since then, teachers are trying to utilize their creativity and initiative to grasp more strategies on how to develop the mathematical ability of learners effectively.
The students start to dislike math because they do not understand. It builds up each grade level to the point that they hate it because they have difficulty in learning. The learners were not able to master the competency that they need to master each grade level. And because of this, learners develop attitude and anxiety towards math.
Computer assisted instruction being used by many Asian countries in school especially in teaching math subject is of great help for both teachers and students. This can help learners understand well the concept of numbers, symbols, and objects through clear visual, accurate, and fast learning process and develop more of their mathematical ability. Through this, learners are now more confident to learn math and learning is more effective when teaching-learning method is incorporated with both verbal and visual entity with the use of computer assisted instruction.
This concern draws an interest to the researchers to know the Asian people’s math attitudes and anxieties in computer assisted instructions. The researchers attempt to help the learners to appreciate math more and with it, they will be able to start...
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