Requirement Analysis and Expectations of Learning Numeration Problem Solving Use Technology for Primary Education Children

Nor Azizah Tahir, Helmi Norman, Norazah Nordin, Fatin Nabilah Wahid, Rohani Aziz


Basic numeracy abilities are crucial for elementary school kids because they provide a foundation for grasping mathematical concepts. By studying and mastering certain concepts for solving mathematical problems, students in basic education can continue to comprehend ideas that are more challenging to utilise in learning mathematics. In order to determine whether 115 year 1 to year 3 pupils across the nation agreed with the following constructs, a needs analysis survey was provided to them. The three subjects covered in this essay are as follows: 1. The learning of math problem-solving skills for primary school students; 2. The tendency to learn using technology; and 3. The propensity of primary school students in Malaysia towards technology devices. Descriptive analysis was used to analyze the survey results. The findings indicate that respondents support the use of augmented reality in the teaching of numeracy to primary school students, and a sizable percentage of respondents also support technology-based learning and perception. However, there is very little trend for education students to use technology. The debate, conclusions, and suggested next steps are covered in the document.

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