Publicado en 3C Empresa – Volume 11, Issue 2 (Ed. 50)
Mathematics teaching and learning has been a special focus in the academic discourse due to its felt complexity in teaching and learning. This felt complexity originate from the teacher preparation process itself. Covid 19 pandemic had given a drastic blow to all the educational activities. This has affected the curricular practices in an unimaginable way. An attempt is made here to examine the various problems faced by prospective teachers in online mathematics teaching and learning during the pandemic period. Samples were selected from government/aided/unaided colleges using stratified random sampling technique with the help of a questionnaire developed for the purpose. Analysis of the data has been carried out by using techniques such as percentage, t test and ANOVA. It is concluded from the study that the several hurdles and difficulties has been there specific to mathematics teaching and learning and majority of them were unhappy with the online mathematics teaching and learning.
KeywordsPerception, Online Learning, Mathematics Learning, Online Teaching
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