The effect of ICT on teacher method of teaching and its impacts on student performance . A case study on Bwari area Council

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ABSTRACT

The title of the research work is to investigate the effect of ICT on teacher method of teaching and its impacts on student performance, a case study on Bwari area council.Base on the finding from question two which is ICT is very much helpful for Improving the techniques of teaching and learning process and The use of ICT tools like E-learning platform and visual presentation using projector in teaching and learning has impacted on students’ performance, we see that most of the respondent agree that ICT tools in teaching and learning has impacted on students’ performance.. And base on the hypothesis testing the null hypotheses is rejected whereas the alternative hypotheses is accepted. And base on the hypothesis testing the null hypotheses is rejected whereas the alternative hypotheses is acceptedthe research null hypothesis for this study: ICT tools in teaching and learning has impacted on students’ performance. the analysis was represented in tabular form for easy understanding and it consist the number of respondents and the corresponding percentage and chi – square was used as the statistical tools used for testing more than two population using data base on two independent random samples. since it is usually not possible to study the entire larger population of Bwari area councilin FCT Abuja, Nigeria, the researcher has chosen the secondary school teacher and student in Bwari area council in FCT Abuja as the studied population in order to find a possible solution to which involve a total of 40 respondent. The alternative hypothesis is accepted for this study which state ICT tools in teaching and learning has impacted on students’ performance.

INTRODUCTION

Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are generally accepted as a modern instrumental tool that enables the educators to modify the teaching methods they use in order to increase students interest. Its general definition covers any product that will store, retrieve, manipulate, transmit or receive information electronically in a digital form. It consists of hardware, software, networks and media for collection, storage, processing, transmission and presentation of information (voice, data, texts and images). Information and communication is integral to human society. Before the advent of technology in Nigeria, people communicated using various instruments and codes such as talking drums,flutes, gongs, town criers and village square meetings (Mbaeze, Elochukwu Ukwandu and Choima Anudu, 2010). The use of writing and invention of printing materials transformed the type and context of recorded history communication on a universal scale became possible through the use of Books, Newspapers,Magazines and Radio. The advancement in technology has created so many ICT tools that are necessary and useful in the development process. These new technologies are central to contemporary societies and therefore referred to this age as information technology age driven by knowledge economy. The education community is not left out in this trend as there have been considerable investments towards teaching and learning methods that necessitated the quest to measure the impact of these investments on students’ academic performance as return on investment in education. Although interest has been on how to use ICTs to support teaching methods in order to enhance motivation to learning, students’ characteristics as well as teacher shave been noted as hindering factors. But the need arises for one to look at both direct and indirect effects of ICTs to learning. This article seeks to explore the ways in which advances in ICT and their use in education, particularly influences students’ performance/output to learning (Mbaeze, Elochukwu Ukwandu and Choima Anudu, 2010).

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