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This study aimed to investigate the impact of e-learning on developing problem solving skills in mathematics teaching. Quazi-experimental design was used. The study population consisted of students in the first level in the Faculty of Education at University of Khartoum. Pre- and post-tests were used as study tools. A purposive sample was selected which comprised 60 students who registered in the course of Calculus-2 .The sample was divided into two groups: the experimental and control group. Using the appropriate statistical methods, data were analyzed using SPSS. The results indicated that there were statistically significant differences (p. < 0.05) between the experimental group and the control group in all problem solving skills including the dentification of the problem, relating the problem to previous information, choosing solution, generalization and making use of experience in new situations. The differences were all in favor of the experimental group. The researcher proposed appropriate


Electronic Learning (E-Learning) problems solving skill first level students at faculty of education University of Khartoum.

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