Examining student opinions on computer use based on the learning styles in mathematics education
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The purpose of this study is to identify the opinions of high school students, who have different learning styles, related to computer use in mathematics education. High school students' opinions on computer use in mathematics education were collected with both qualitative and quantitative approaches in the study conducted with a survey model. For this purpose, 388 high school students were included in the study. A learning style inventory, questionnaire form and interview questions were used as the data collection instruments. Frequency, percentages and chi-square analysis were used in the analysis of quantitative data and content analysis was used in analyzing the qualitative data. The results of the study showed that students with a diverger and accommodator learning styles have more positive opinions regarding computer use in the mathematics education compared to the students with assimilator and converger learning style. © The Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology.