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Creating and Using Mobile Physics and Mathematics Applications in the Learning Process as One of Teaching Methods to Increase the Quality of Student’s Knowledge
 
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Candidate of Physico-Mathematical Sciences, Prof. at Eurasian National University. KAZAKHSTAN
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Candidate of Physico-Mathematical Sciences, Assistant Professor at Eurasian National University. L. N. KAZAKHSTAN
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Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Senior Lecturer at Eurasian National University. L. N. Gumilev, KAZAKHSTAN
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Master’s Degree of Informatics, Teacher at Eurasian National University. L. N. Gumilev, KAZAKHSTAN
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Master’s Degree of Computer Science, Senior Lecturer at Eurasian National University. L. N. Gumilev, KAZAKHSTAN
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Master of Pedagogical Sciences, Senior Lecturer at Zhetysu State University Named after I. Zhansugurov, KAZAKHSTAN
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Ph.D, Associate Professor at Eurasian National University. L. N. Gumilev, KAZAKHSTAN
Publish date: 2018-10-09
 
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2018;14(12):em1646
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The purpose of the study is to create and use a simple, but very effective mobile application available for use during the learning process, as well as for student’s independent work after university hours. We have used the X code integrated development environment, developed by Apple for iPhone and iPad, in order to create the application. Our mobile application was used as an element of the digital educational resource in physics and mathematics. Natural and technical students have also used it to prepare for the interim assessment, external evaluation and a unified national testing. Using a mobile application allows a student to make up for the worn out or missing laboratory equipment, to use a large database of reference data without long searching, to create, modify and use software packages. The listed capabilities of a mobile application, ultimately, improve the quality of student’s knowledge.
 
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