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Title: The Use of Computer-Aided Instructions (CAI): The Tool for the Advancement of Education in Nigeria
Authors: Adeoye, Blessing F
Akinwale, Joseph O
Ortese, Zechariah T
Soyombo, Oluyomi S
Oladosu, Kamaldeen K
Okanlawon, Morufat O
Keywords: Computer-Aided Instruction, Education, Nigeria
Issue Date: 18-Jan-2011
Publisher: Institute of Education, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria
Series/Report no.: Vol. 20, Numbers 1 & 2;
Abstract: The importance of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in education cannot be overemphasized; it is a global phenomenon. the Nigerian government introduced computer computer into its educational system in 1087. twenty-three years after, much has not been done regarding the use of this valuable tool to aid classroom instructions in the country. The nation is presently facing a lot challenges in instructional delivery system as students record poor performances in School Certificate Examinations. This study, therefore seeks to investigate the use of computer-aided instruction as a tool for the advancement of education in Nigeria. I uses qualitative methods for data collection and analysis. Open interviews were conducted on a total of 12 respondents comprising of 4 lecturers, 1 school principal and 7 educators from public schools. The interviews were recorded with a video camera. The members of the public were selected based on accidental sampling while other respondents were selected based purposive sampling technique as only those that specialize in areas relevant to the study were selected. this study presented common problems associated with the use of CAI and suggested remedies
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