International Journal of Education, Learning and Development (IJELD)

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Teaching and Learning

Assessment of The Integration of ICT in Teaching and Learning in Tertiary Institutions in Imo State, Nigeria, in The Era of Insecurity (Published)

The study investigated the assessment of the integration of ICT in teaching and learning   in tertiary institutions in Imo state in the era of insecurity. Two   research objectives, two research questions and one research hypothesis guided the study. The population of the study consisted of all the 2,722 lecturers in the seven tertiary institutions in Imo State, Nigeria. Random sampling technique was used to select 100 lecturers each from four out of the seven tertiary institutions. The instrument for data collection was a self –developed 10-item questionnaire entitled: Questionnaire for integration of ICT (QIICT).  Test retest method was used to ensure the reliability of the instrument. A reliability coefficient of 0.8 was determined for the instrument using the Pearson’s Product Moment Correlation. Mean was used to answer the research questions while ANOVA was used to test the hypothesis.  The study found out that the extent of integration of ICT facilities for teaching and learning by lecturers in tertiary institutions in Imo State is still low even in this era of insecurity where it is necessary for lecturers interact with the students while they are at home. It also found out that the extent of application of ICT facilities did differ significantly among the institutions and that factors such as epileptic power supply and lack of ICT facilities are among the factors that   militate against the application of ICT facilities by lecturers.

Keywords: ICT, Insecurity, Integration, Teaching and Learning

Relevance of Poetry: Catalyst of Moral Education in Sustaining Literacy for National Development in Teaching and Learning French Language (Published)

This paper attempts to show the relevancy of French poetry as catalyst of moral education in sustaining literacy for national development in teaching and learning the Language French. French poetry is one of the literary works that is used in giving moral education and promoting literacy in the teaching and learning French language. Education and moral are related to the needs of the society, it is what the students need to utilize in their daily life and should be given to them so as to have a brighter future. French language contains materials that deal with cognitive aspects likewise literacy education in form of prose and poetry which deal with the moral values should be imparted on the students during teaching process. French poetry, like other branches of literature is a work of imaginable deep thoughts, feelings and human experiences. Many people or teacher who are concerned about poetry teaching emphasise quite rightly the need to produce a lively atmosphere in the class so that poetry can be seen to be a source of pleasure and bring about the desired value change in our society. Descriptive research of a survey type was used for the study. The sample consisted of selected 50 French language students in two private Universities and 10 French language teachers in different institutions. The questionnaire was designed on the ability of the students towards teaching and learning French poetry as a catalyst of moral education in sustaining literacy for national development. The instrument used was a questionnaire for the teachers to generate information from them on the activities of the students towards learning French poetry and the provision of instructional materials during the Teaching and Learning of French poetry. Data collected were analysed using frequency count, percentage and ANOVA.


Keywords: Literacy, National Development, Poetry, Relevance, Teaching and Learning, moral education

Evaluation of E-Learning Education System in Academic Achievement and Learning Outcomes in National Open University of Nigeria (Noun), Bauchi Study Centre, Bauchi State (Published)

As  technology  advances,  the  use  of   Information  and  Communication  (ICT) tools  or gadgetries has proliferated in  all areas of   human endeavors which paved way for the use of  electronic learning (e-learning) system in  which teachers  are no longer present in  the  physical classroom to  teach their  courses.  This  paper  therefore  evaluate  the  e-learning  system  as  a  mode  of teaching  and  learning  process,  relevance  of   its  usage  and  challenges  that  hinder majority of  students in its usage in learning process particularly in our National Open University. This research will adopt survey research design where the researchers developed questionnaire known as Questionnaire on Usage of   Electronic Learning System (QUELS) that served as an instrument for data collected.  The study areas constituted Bauchi study centre of   National Open University of   Nigeria (NOUN) in the north east of Nigeria. And the population constituted all the students in the first year and second year of   National Open University of   Nigeria (NOUN) which was the sample of the study. Three (3) research questions were formulated the purpose of this research, The  instrument  used for data collected was validated  by  the experts  in  both  fields  of   Computer  Science  and  Education. Challenges  such  as  non-availability  of internet  services,  inability  of   indigent  students  to  possess  portable  computer  devices, irregular power supply as well as cost of   accessing Internet facilities was assessed. And recommendations were given base on the findings of this research in order to see the possibilities of expanding the system in our schools at the advance level and some of the major problems facing studying electronically.    


Keywords: ICT challenges, Teaching and Learning, e-learning system, methodologies

Educational Services to Develop Students’ Different Variaties of Potential, Competence, Knowledge, and Experience in Elementary School (Published)

Education plays an important role to give a service to students particularly to those who have various kind of potential. Therefore, it needs to formulate the concept of educational services that can develop the potential of diverse students. This case study used a Focus Group Discussion (FGD) technique conducted in Jakarta, Bandung, and Surakarta. The research found out the concept of educational services for various kinds of students’ potential with the needs of strengthening school principal management involving students’ parents’ association, home visit, improve teaching and learning using various kinds of teaching methodology and teaching and learning tool.


Keywords: Education, Elementary School, School Management, Teaching and Learning, parents’ association, potential

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