Impact Of ICT Integration In Teaching And Learning In Secondary Schools In Kenyenya Sub-County, Kisii County, Kenya.
Oichoe, Meshack M
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The introduction the ICT Incorporation in education process has been implemented in some schools in Kenya and particularly in Kenyenya Sub County, Kisii County. The study will investigate effect of ICT incorporation on students learning, particularly looking at the accessibility, availability and user skills in Kenyenya Sub County schools. This study has been prompted due to poor performance in national exams and yet ICT incorporation is in place. The study will use questionnaires to collect data from the respondents. The students were able to do assignments on their own using internet-based programmers’ in conducting studies. The researcher advocated for the school administration to improve ICT infrastructure so that the students could access them with easy and more often. This could lead them to develop practical hands on skills that could help them solve basic problems even with themselves. The researcher also recommended that the parents also provide these ICT facilities at their homes such that the learners could continue using them at home too in terms of study and other activities.
University of Nairobi
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