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Undergraduate experiences of using ICT in school mathematics lessons

My research area is looking at how school teachers are using ICT in mathematics lessons. I would also like to know if students felt that it enhanced their learning of mathematics, in general, in certain aspects of mathematics, or not at all. The questionnaire should only take a few minutes to complete and I have also added my contact address if you are able to help me any further, e.g. by allowing me to interview you.
For the purposes of this questionnaire ICT includes calculators, interactive whiteboards, data projectors, camera and sound recordings ans well as different types of computers.
What ICT resources were available for mathematics teachers and students to use? Mark all that apply.

Listed below are some of the software packages used in schools. Please indicate which were available for use by your mathematics teacher, and by mathematics students in your school.

ICT and Learning Mathematics
Do you think that using ICT has helped you when learning mathematics? (required)
Did you play computer games with a mathematical emphasis (including at home)? (required)
What did you find helped you or was a waste of time
Thinking about data projectors with whiteboards, were these generally available in classroom where you were taught?
Do you thnk that there is anything to gain by having a projector with an interactive whiteboard rather than a whiteboard and pens in mathematics classrooms? (required)

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