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    Bylund, Ronny
    Luleå University of Technology, Department of Arts, Communication and Education.
    Digitala hjälpmedel eller inte?: Gymnasieelevers åsikter om digitala hjälpmedel och hur det används i matematikundervisningen2019Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (Two Years)), 20 credits / 30 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    This study aims to show how digital tools are used in upper secondary school duringmathematics education, both by the teachers and the students in the northern parts of Sweden.Furthermore, student opinions of how these tools are used and whether the students think thisusage makes mathematics easier for them is also studied. This has been done through a surveythat makes use of a questionnaire together with the SAMR-model and the expectancy-valuetheorem. A total of 102 students took part in this study. The results show that there are noobvious benefits or disadvantages when the students themselves make use of digital aids.However, the students think that the use of digital tools are good in mathematics, but thebenefits mostly come from the teachers use of it. This study shows that the teachers mostlyuse these tools during their lectures or to show how it’s used. The students mostly use it whenthey’re told to by the teacher, during exams or to solve difficult assignments/problems thatthey haven’t learned to solve with pen and paper yet.

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