Effect Of Geogebra Instruction On Pre-service Teachers’ Attitudes And Achievement In Angles
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Effect Of Geogebra Instruction On Pre-service Teachers’ Attitudes And Achievement In Angles
The study was carried out at Evangelical Presbyterian (E.P.) College of Education, Bimbilla, in the Northern Region of Ghana to determine the effects of Geogebra on Science pre-service teacher’s attitudes and achievement in angles. A quasi-experimental design involving seventy-two science pre-service teachers were put into control and experimental groups for the study. Data collection instruments included 10 pretest and 10 posttest questions demanded short answers regarding angles properties and principles and Likert scaled questionnaire on pre-service teachers’ attitudes towards Geogebra. Data was analyzed using percentages, mean and standard deviation and t-tests. The study revealed thDownloadViews: 139

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