Maximising the potential of information technology in the mathematics classroom – this is the vision of Niren Naidoo, a Masters Degree in Technology: Education graduate. Naidoo  aims to use his research to empower educators to tap into the endless possibilities that computers, in particular networked laboratory computing, provide in the teaching of mathematics. Apart from his masters dissertation on web-based learning and its applications in primary school mathematics and his book , A Hybrid Web Based Learning Model, he has presented  papers at refereed international conferences. These were at:

  • Orlando, Florida (Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education),
  • Honolulu, Hawaii (College Teaching and Learning/Applied Business Research Conference),
  • Oxford, Mississippi (Association for Rural Education Policy and Practice), 
  • Montreal (International Conference on e-Learning),
  • Johannesburg (International Learning Conference),
  • Port Elizabeth (The Association for Mathematics Education in South Africa),
  • Durban (DUT Arts and Design Conference),
  • Corfu, Greece (International Conference on Information Communication Technologies in Education).

In addition 4 papers on blended learning and collaborative computing in the teaching of mathematics have been published in:

  • The Journal of College Teaching and Learning,
  • International Journal of Learning,
  • National Rural School Leadership Journal,
  • Journal of Arts and Design (DUT). 

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