# Paper 2 - TASK 2 COMPUTER BASED PROGRAMS IN LEARNING BASIC...

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TASK 2: COMPUTER BASED PROGRAMS IN LEARNING BASIC MATH 1 Task 2 Student’s Name Date Research Topic Sixth-grade students struggle to understand math basics (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division). With the augmentation of computer programs intending to offer students some help with learning vital math facts, this study tries to make sense of whether the tasks offer math some assistance with understudying understands basic math substances, in this way upgrading their scores. Research Problem Statement Sixth-grade students today struggle a lot to understand fundamental math concepts, for instance, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Notwithstanding the introduction of diverse programming applications with offer students some help with getting a handle on elementary math thought, a couple students still struggle to grasp operations, for instance, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. The issue unfavorably impacts both teachers and students in light of the way that educators are questionable concerning what strategies they

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TASK 2: COMPUTER BASED PROGRAMS IN LEARNING BASIC MATH 2 should use to offer their students some help with getting a handle on basic math facts. Possibly a study that looks into the impact of computer undertakings in teaching and learning crucial math facts through an experimental technique could remedy this condition. Reason Statement The inspiration driving this investigation is to find how computer based applications insistently impact middle school students learning of basic math facts. In the past couple of years, there has been a rapid augmentation in the usage of development in demonstrating crucial math facts. Then again, it is not precisely known whether these advances offer students some help with learning important math ideas better than the normal appearing and learning systems. The purpose of this study is to find the net favorable circumstances or costs of displaying COMPUTER programs in the math classroom. Research Questions How do computer-based programs totally impact onto middle school students learning of fundamental math truth nature? (Cheung and Slavin, 2013) By what technique can teachers offer their students some help with enhancing in math execution using technology? (Clements and Sarama, 2014) Theory: Using development in appearing and learning number juggling upgrades the test scores of middle school students. Theory: computer based programs improve the learning of basic math in middle school. The above theory will be acknowledged through an examination of former understudy's scores in standardized exams. It is foreseen that computer math tasks help students with bettering learn essential math facts. Research Approach The researcher will use the experimental method to perceive, evaluate and investigate the current promoting schedules and practices for the usage of computer tasks in indicating essential math facts in middle school students. In fulfilling the investigation destinations, the researcher will use both quantitative and individual schedules in the data examination. The review goals
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