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Title: Investigating Problems Militating Against the Use of Information Technology in Learning Physics in Secondary Schools
Authors: Mcmillan, Mafulul Josiah
Jo-Kim, D.T. Sharon
Keywords: Learning Physics with IT
Learning Problems
Issue Date: Jun-2012
Publisher: BJRSED
Series/Report no.: Vol.1;No.2&3; Pp 53-61
Abstract: Information Technology UT) has currently taken the center stage in this century, considering its enormous benefit in every human endeavor, especially in the education system. Despite the impact of using IT in learning Physics on science, technology and society little or no use of IT in learning Physics in Nigerian secondary schools seem to be achieved. This work attempts to investigate the problems militating against the use of IT in learning Physics in Nigerian secondary schools. The mean and standard deviation, measures of central tendency, are employed to provide solutions to the research question. Findings from the study indicate the availability of problems that militate against the use of IT in learning Physics. Such findings include the non-availability of IT gadgets in secondary schools. Suggestions to remedy the situation are proffered.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3381
ISSN: 2006-5310
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