Web 2.0 technologies for teaching and learning mathematics subject in high school. A case study

@article{Ajilore2013Web2T,
  title={Web 2.0 technologies for teaching and learning mathematics subject in high school. A case study},
  author={Oladayo Temitope Ajilore and M. I. Mphahlele},
  journal={2013 Second International Conference on E-Learning and E-Technologies in Education (ICEEE)},
  year={2013},
  pages={48-53}
}
There are various technologies within the e-learning approach. These technologies include e-Book, Publishing and Presentation tools such as PowerPoint, World Wide Web and Web 2.0. The technologies that are being used in high school for learning should be improved to keep pace with the world. Unfortunately, science subjects such as mathematics seem to be lacking in e-learning as a platform for teaching and learning. If a new innovation is not introduced to address this challenge, some learners… CONTINUE READING

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