Mathematics is one of the critical areas in education. It contributes to the individuals to continue their social lives better, provides the background in their studies in science, increases the self-confidence of the individuals and enables them to acquire better professions in the future. It is not possible to solve many problems we encounter in daily life successfully without putting mathematical thinking skills to work. Because students reach their abstract thinking maturity differently and their teachers use inappropriate methods and techniques in mathematics lessons, many students develop math anxiety. As students fall behind schedule in the following grades, math anxiety rises gradually, and sometimes even turns into fear. There are many reports of OECD, UNESCO and EU Commission on this problem. In this project, to reduce students' math anxiety; It was aimed to create a new and innovative curriculum. In order to achieve this goal, it is aimed to benefit from new learning and teaching methods and approaches. Today, it is aimed to teach mathematics to students through robotics with blended education, taking advantage of the digital environment that students love and enjoy and which is seen as the future of education. While working in the digital environment, it is extremely important for students to learn and love mathematics through robotics applications. Today, with the covid-19 pandemic, it has been seen how important distance education is. Distance education and blended education have now become a part of education systems. Therefore, using another innovative approach, pre-service teachers will be taught how to teach mathematics with robotics applications in blended approach. Primary schools are the most critical level to reduce students' math anxiety. Because math anxiety increases in higher schools. Therefore, primary school pre-teachers play a very important role. Modular curriculum needs will be met for primary school teacher candidates. With the scenariobased video library and e-book to be created, very important material support will be provided for both their education and the future. These resources will be used free of charge by all teachers.
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