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Mohammad Alizadeh-Jamal
Department of Mathematics, Science and Research Branch Islamic Azad University, Tehran
Irán, República islámica de
Ahmad Shahvarani
Department of Mathematics, Science and Research Branch Islamic Azad University, Tehran
Irán, República islámica de
Ali Iranmanesh
Department of Mathematics, Science and Research Branch Islamic Azad University, Tehran
Irán, República islámica de
Abolfazl Tehranian
Department of Mathematics, Science and Research Branch Islamic Azad University, Tehran
Irán, República islámica de
Vol. 13 Núm. 1: (Noviembre, 2018), Artículos, Páginas 19-40
Recibido: Nov 21, 2017 Aceptado: Jun 3, 2018 Publicado: Nov 29, 2018


In this paper, the effect of holding a math training workshop using GeoGebra software has been studied on the changes on teachers' knowledge and beliefs . The selected sample is 40 male and female teachers in Iran. Before and after the intervention were administered a pre and post questionnaire with two components: TPACK knowledge and teachers’ beliefs. Fuzzy logic and Fuzzy TOPSIS methods were used to analyze the data. The results of this method showed a significant difference between the results before and after the workshop.

Un estudio de los cambios en el conocimiento y creencias de docentes, después de un taller con software educativo matemático, analizado mediante el método Fuzzy

El estudio contempla el efecto de un taller de matemáticas con GeoGebra sobre los cambios en el conocimiento y las creencias de los docentes. La muestra seleccionada considera 40 docentes en Irán. Se administró un cuestionario, antes y después de la intervención, enfocado en dos componentes: el TPACK y las creencias. Los datos se analizaron aplicando herramientas del método Fuzzy mediante el cual se evidencia una diferencia significativa entre los resultados antes y después del taller.

Doi: 10.30827/pna.v13i1.6593


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