Integration of ICT in Teaching and Learning of Mathematics: Feature of Systematic Literature
The present study has been developed based on the adoption of ICT in the teaching process of mathematics. There are certain research questions and methods that have been identified in the present study to understand the background of ICT adoption. Review method of the study has been developed based on selection criteria, search strategy and critical appraisal. The review method has helped to identify essential articles based on adoption and challenges of ICT in the education sector. Besides, a critical appraisal has been added in the study which is developed based on ten different themes of ICT integration. Each of the themes has aimed to meet the research questions of the present study. Apart from this, data collection, data analysis has been included in the present study. Moreover, the study has included research findings, recommendations and conclusion.
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