ICTs and Geometry
Keywords:ICTs, teaching geometry, apps, education games
The purpose of this paper is to present researches on how to teach students Geometry through ICTs methods from 2014 to 2019. The articles were searched through Google Scholar. At first, the focus of the article is on the teaching of geometry with software available on the Internet for PCs. Sec-ondly, educational games for geometry are presented that a student can in-stall on any device, such as a smartphone or tablet and are available to the user at any time. Almost all of the described researches have tested the ef-fectiveness of ICTs teaching methods for geometry in relation to classical teaching methods such as paper-and-pencil. Based on findings, the teaching of geometry with ICTs had better educational results than the paper-and-pencil method of teaching.
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