Development of Instructional Material in Mathematics in the Modern World Utilizing Design Thinking Approach (74781)

Session Information: Curriculum Design & Development
Session Chair: Luan Au

Wednesday, 27 March 2024 14:35
Session: Session 4
Room: Room 708
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation

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The development of Instructional Materials (IM) has reached the pinnacle of what innovation can bring to classroom instruction. Students study mathematics using all the resources and knowledge that these materials can offer. All possibilities have been explored by examining students' learning difficulties in Mathematics in the Modern World, which led to the creation of IMs. Through a methodical investigation utilizing concurrent transformative design, the researcher analyzed and summarized the results from questionnaires and other forms given to both students and mathematics instructors at Kalinga State University, entering data into the first stage of the design thinking model adapted from IDEO (2013), the Discovery Stage. The learning needs for teaching students the topic "problem-solving strategies successfully" were then highlighted. This was carried out during the interpretation stage, and a potential solution—the creation of a module—was identified during the ideation stage. The information acquired from the respondents, as well as the crucial data gathered from the relevant studies, was organized into a plan for module development throughout the experimentation stage. Ultimately, the evolution stage confirmed the module's content validity. The researcher-made module may be used by instructors as additional teaching resources, and it is also suggested that a pilot test be conducted to ascertain its effectiveness. Furthermore, the study recommends pedagogical innovations, classroom management, and teaching styles for teachers at higher education institutions.

Ella Tricia Aquino, Saint Mary's University, Philippines

About the Presenter(s)
Ms Ella Tricia M. Aquino is a Department of Science and Technology scholar and a Ph.D. Sci Ed Math student at Saint Mary's University, Philippines. Her research promotes innovative teaching pedagogy in mathematics education.

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