This chapter presents the conclusions
and recommendations base on the result of the study.
The following conclusions were drawn
based on the collated
ICT instructional materials were not enough.
Teachers lack capabilities in using
technology in mathematics
administrator should support teachers in their quest for ICT learning and
provide appropriate ICT tools for mathematics instructions.
need trainings in ICT integration to enhance their competence in the use of
technology which might be an avenue in uplifting learners performance through
ICT aided mathematics instructions.
From the findings and conclusion of
the study, the following
recommendations strongly suggests:
school should address the ICT instructional materials needed in mathematics
instruction in order for the teachers to overcome the
brought by ICT integration in realizing the 21st century education.
officials and school administrators should:
the needs and limitations of teachers so they can be appropriately help;
teachers in their quest to grow professionally
design a strategic plan to address issues
concerning the capability of teachers using ICT and the use of techniques in
eliciting student interest in mathematics.
school administrators and the mathematics teachers should find
solution to minimize the problems
relative to the use of ICT, such as:
regular meeting with mathematics teachers to identify their problem and find
appropriate solution for each problem.
and adopt pointers to be develop and enhance by both school administrators and
mathematics teachers.The school administrator should recommend to the school
leadership that they create and develop training program which are parallel or
similar to the training program prepared and developed in this study, to
further enhance their competence in teaching the subject disregarding their
age, gender, ICT background, position and the like.