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THE CONSEQUENCES OF USING INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF INTEGRATED SCIENCE IN COLLEGE EDUCATION

THE CONSEQUENCES OF USING ON AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF INTEGD IN COLLEGE EDUCATION

 

ABSTR

This study examined the implications of using information and communication technology (ICT) in the teaching and learning of integrated science at Ekiadolor College of in Benin, Edo State. As a result, a questionnaire was developed and distributed to respondents.

The study consists of five chapters, with the first discussing the study’s background. In addition to the difficulty encountered by the researcher during the investigation, the significance of the study was emphasized.

The second chapter was devoted to a review of the relevant literature, and the third chapter was devoted to the methodology. The population, sampling procedure, validity and reliability of the questionnaire, administration of the questionnaire, and method of data were considered under this section.

The fourth chapter was devoted to data , and the researcher utilized frequency and percentage to analyze questionnaire-collected data.

In conclusion, chapter five was designated as summary, conclusion, and recommendation.

 

CHAPTER ONE

CONTEXT OF THE

Since the turn of the century, the emphasis has shifted from the literary arts to the development of science and technology, and the world is currently undergoing a very rapid advancement in information and communication technology (ICT).

Therefore, of all the problems facing students and education in the world today, the most important is the implication surrounding the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in the teaching and learning of integrated science in the Nigeria system and College of , Ekiadolor Benin.

Globally, the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in the teaching and learning of integrated science sends negative signals to the educational system, as the majority of integrated science students are not computer literate; consequently, this will negatively impact the teaching and learning of integrated science for these students.

Integrated science is an important course that must assess students’ interest in the educational system and the integrating approach to earth and space science. This science course is a lab-intensive class that requires precision and accuracy. It is crucial that the ministry of education investigates the implications of the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in the teaching and learning of integrated science in higher institutions, particularly College of Ekiadolor Benin.

Understanding the implications of utilizing information and communication technology (ICT) in the teaching and learning of integrated science will contribute to the improvement of our educational standard.

In the majority of developing nations, such as Ghana, South Africa, etc., the problem of students’ poor performance in integrated science is acute, and it retards the educational growth and economy of these nations.

STATEMENT OF PROBLEMS

This study outlines some of the implications of the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in the teaching and learning of integrated science at Ekiadolor College of in Benin.

In most cases, students do not have access to high-quality electronic learning materials (science software, mini science laboratories, etc.) that would increase their interest in integrated science and aid them in their studies. Moreover, there is a prevalence of inexperienced and unqualified integrated science teachers who could help the students’ interest. This implication should be taken seriously because the tutor’s ability to communicate will motivate the students to work harder.

PURPOSE OF

The objective of the study is the following:

Determine the extent to which information and communication technology (ICT) impacts the teaching and learning of integrated science.
Determine the ramifications of utilizing information and communication technology (ICT) in the teaching and learning of integrated science and methods for developing long-term solutions to the issues.
Determine how students feel about their academic performance.

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE

The significance of this study can only be comprehended with precision if the study’s objective and significance are carefully considered. However, the study’s primary purpose is to correct the implications, effects, and outcomes of students’ poor performance due to a lack of interest in integrated science. This research is also being conducted to comprehend the significance of assessing students’ interest in integrated science.

Moreover, this study will highlight the fact that our teachers are agents of knowledge transmission; thus, the emphasis must also include the teachers’ attitude toward their students.

QUESTION

One of the controversial aspects of using information communication technology (ICT) in the teaching and learning of integrated science revolves around the issue of values in certainty, the implication of using ICT is extremely valuable.

To avoid controversy over which value to incorporate into the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in the teaching and learning of integrated science, some schools have opted for a value mental approach; however, such programmes have little or no effect on altering students’ activities.

Does College of , Ekiadolor-Benin have the essential science materials for teaching and learning integrated science?

Is the College of Ekiadolor-Benin using information and communication technology (ICT) in the teaching and learning of integrated science?

Exists a close relationship between the students and the teacher of integrated science?

Do you believe that the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in the teaching and learning of integrated science should never be implemented in schools?

Can the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in the teaching and learning of integrated science be used to combat exam fraud?

SCOPE OF THE

Edo State’s Ovia East Local Government Area’s College of Ekiadolor-Benin has been selected for the purposes of this study.

It focuses on the implications of incorporating information and communication technology (ICT) into the teaching and learning of integrated science.

College of Ekiadolor-Benin, Ovia East Local Government Area, Edo State, is one of the colleges included in this study, along with its faculty.

DEFINITION OF TERMS

Examination malpractice refers to unprofessional student conduct during an examination.

Evaluation or estimation of a student’s performance in a subject area.

This refers to the students’ recitals on their courses.

 

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