DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPUTERIZED MATHEMATICS TEACHER (A CASE STUDY OF ALGEBRA). A RESEARCH PROJECT MATERIAL ON COMPUTER SCIENCE
In Nigeria today, it is a well-known fact that mathematics is one of the subject that students find difficult to understand and pass for one reason or the other. The reason why students have this kind of problem very possible due to lack of good teachers and teaching, time of lecture and orientation. Some teachers might be good mathematician but might not know how to impact the knowledge on the students.
Orientation is another thing that makes mathematics hard for students. When the students are made to believe that mathematics is difficult that is how they take it. Students need to be made to know that mathematics is one subject that we must practice because practice makes perfect. Although, there are also good teachers and some students are simply lazy. There is a need for a computer software that can help out in some of the work, making the students to understand.
As long as the students are given values to work with, showing the working, solution to the problem and is playing the result which helps, the students to understand mathematics if not for anything but because it’s a computer.
ORGANIZATION OF WORK
This project titled and implementation of computerized mathematics teacher a case study of Algebra.
The project is organized into seven chapters. Chapter one consists of the introduction to the topic, statement of problem, purpose of study, aims and objectives, delimitations, assumptions and definition of terms.
Chapter two is about the review of literature. Chapter three describes the analysis of the existing system which consists of the fact finding, method used, organizational structure, objectives of the existing system, problems of the existing system.
Chapter four is the design of the new system which of output and input specification and design, system requirement, procedure and system flow chart.
Chapter five is all about the implementation of the program which contains the program design, program flow chart, pseudo code and source program. Chapter six is about the documentation and seven recommends and concludes the whole project.