Visual Methods in Computer-Assisted Instruction, GeoGebra software, e-materials and teachers training

Jovana Jezdimirović

It is generally reported that reluctance in using advantages of visual approach in mathematics education, in order to support meaningful learning is the result of the low status accorded to visual aspects of mathematics in the classroom environment. However, despite an increase in the availability and potential benefits in learning, research shows that computers and visual approach in mathematics instruction are underused in many schools. Therefore, the aim of the paper is to improve the meaningful use of visual methods and computer-assisted instruction in primary and secondary schools by pointing out all available resources as e-materials, workshops, research results and technical assistance for teacher’s professional development.