A CONSULTING INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (leTs) TEACHER MODEL FOR TEACIDNG SECONDARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM

Adewole A P, Akinwale A T, Omokanye B M

Abstract


The use of ICTs in Nigeria and African countries generally is increasing and dramatically growing. However, while there is a great deal of knowledge about how ICTs are being used in developed countries, there is not much information on how ICTs are being used by teachers in developing countries. In this study a consulting information and communication technologies teacher model for teaching secondary school curriculum is proposed. The researchers designed questionnaires which were distributed to selected teachers in selected schools in Oyo sate of Nigeria. The questionnaire contained questions that allow researchers to know the present level of the usage of ICT in Nigerian secondary schools. The data collected were analyzed and graphical results were presented. For continuous uses of ICTs by teachers, it was recommended among others that teacher training and professional development oriented policies should support ICT-related teaching models that encourage both students and teachers to play an active role in teaching/learning activities.


Keywords


Curriculum, Information and communication Technology (ICT), Integration, Pedagogy, Teacher model, Technology

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