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The aim of this study is to influence of online mathematics learning on prospective teachers mathematics achievement based on the role of independent and collaborative learning. An experimental design model with pre-test and post-test control group was used in the study. The working group constitutes a total of 60 prospective teachers in the first and second years of education in the Department of Elementary Teaching and Preschool Teaching of a private university in 2016–2017 academic year in Northern Cyprus. As a means of data collection, mathematics achievement test consisting of 30 questions was administered as pre-test, and after the study, the same success test was administered as a post-test. As a result of the findings, it has been determined that the prospective teachers have a significant increase in their successes due to the teaching practices in online learning environments.
Keywords: Online learning environments, independent learning, Moodle, mathematics achievement, teacher candidate, intelligence.
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