Journal article Open Access
Fatima Sayyed Sajid; Shagufta Rehmani
When schools shifted to the virtual platform due to the pandemic, instructional process has undergone a paradigm shift. Assisting this online education there is a wealth of online tools available that can supplement the teacher with information needed for teaching and providing the students with options for their learning. The objective of this study is to explore the effectiveness of use of two online tools Desmos and Robo-compass during online teaching in the mathematics achievement of standard 9th students of two schools in Mumbai. A preexperimental static group comparison design was employed in the present study. The experimental group was taught two content areas in mathematics using the web tools while the control group was taught the same content through regular online teaching. The post-test achievement scores of both the groups were compared using t test. Inferential analysis resulted in the acceptance of null hypothesis. The result is discussed and presented.