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The Methodology of computer-aided studies of analytic geometry elements

Author: Liubov Zastînceanu
Degree:doctor of pedagogics
Speciality: 13.00.02 - Theory and Methodology of Instruction (on disciplines)
Scientific advisers: Ilie Lupu
doctor habilitat, professor, Tiraspol State University
Valeriu Cabac
doctor, professor, Alecu Russo Balty State University
Scientific council:


The thesis was presented on the 19 April, 2006
Approved by NCAA on the 29 June, 2006


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computer learning (CL), information technology, educational technology, consequences of CL usage, the optimum moments of using of CL, computer products of educational purpose, features of studying of analytical geometry, the automated training control, the electronic tests, the training environment


The carried out research is dedicated to an actual theoretical and practical problem the determination of the theoretical principles and the establishment of the methodological framework for the development and application of teaching programs in the process of teaching mathematics. This research defines the psychological, pedagogical and methodological aspects of the use of teaching programs in teaching mathematics.

As a result of the research, there have been developed the methods of application of computer teaching programs during the study of the elements of analytic geometry in lyceums, the autors set of programs for the computer-aided realization of these methods, and the manual on the application of this program. The introduction of these methods would really allow to save time when studying this part of the lyceum curriculum, to raise the pupils’interest to analytic geometry, as well as to increase the efficiency of the teaching process, especially for insufficiently trained pupils. The carried out pedagogical experiment has shown that the proposed mixed methodological system (computer-aided teaching combined with traditional methods) is flexible enough and can be used either in lyceums, or in colleges for various kinds of teaching activities.

There has been developed and introduced a special training course for mathematics teachers on the use of computers in the teaching process.

Teaching programs for other branches of mathematics are supposed to be developed in future.