The Dynamic Geometry (DG) software environment allows students to relate
mathematical concepts, create conjectures, rationalize and use different
strategies. The DG Environment offers the opportunity to design different
activities from paper pencil environment activities thanks to the drag tool.
One of these activities is “black box” activities. In this study, it is aimed
to determine the pre-service teachers’ views regarding the applicability of
black box activities in the classroom environment. A sample of the study on
qualitative research has been made up of 10 pre-service teacher who have been
studying in the last year of a State University's elementary mathematics
teaching Bachelor's degree program. Data collected with two feedback forms
prepared by the researcher were analyzed using content analysis method. As a
result, it was found that the use of black box activities in classroom
environment contributed to visualization, concretization and creative thinking
within the frame of the pre-service teachers’ views.