Maheshwor Pokhrel and Madhav Prasad Poudel
Mathematics is a crucial discipline in human knowledge, a cornerstone of all sciences and arts. It has been a vital component of formal education since ancient times, earning a pivotal position in global school curricula. However, there is a noticeable apathy among students when it comes to learning mathematics. The main objective of this study is to exploring the perception of students toward teaching mathematics with the use of ICT. This study is based on qualitative approach with interpritivism philosophy paradigm. The data was collected from four participants from different schools where ICT was used in pokhara metropolitan city of Nepal. One participant was selected from each school proposivlely. Interview was taken from the research participants to achieve the research objective. After analyzing and interpreting qualitative data, we deduced the themes about the perception of using ICT to teach mathematics from each interview presentation. Main theme as Students' perceptions of the use of ICT in teaching mathematics for innovation, change, opening up new opportunities, making the classroom interesting, fun learning, excitement, and motivation, as well as for the development and application of mathematical concepts.
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