A. A. H. Mohamed,R. N. Farah,



Digital learning materials,Students,Mathematics,UAE,


This consistent study examined the correlation between Digital learning materials and students’ achievement in mathematics in High schools in UAE with particular reference to Sharjah School. The basic study applied a quasi-experimental research design. A sample of 50 participants out of the 200 target population was carefully chosen using the Slovene’s method. The researcher engaged sampling strategies like simple random sampling and the lottery technique to gather statistics for the research schoolwork. Facts were garnered using observation checklists, prior knowledge tests, pre-test, post-test, and motivation survey tools which were applied to the control and the treatment group. Data were scrutinized using inferential analyses, independent t-tests, paired sample t-tests, and confidence intervals of the difference with a significance level below 0.05. The investigation study findings came up with a significant correlation between Digital learning materials and students’ attainment in mathematics in Sharjah School in UAE. It was therefore concluded that the use of Digital learning materials remains very pertinent in the teaching-learning process of students in the world to help students study at their convenience and during the world pandemics. The methodical research study recommended that managers of schools should augment the budget for Digital learning materials to cater to a teaching platform that allows students to meet their teachers, make a discussion, and watch videos and presentations about the concepts from their mathematical books. These digital learning materials have to be manipulated according to students’ needs to help them understand and learn concepts in mathematics.


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