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Impact of Technology on Educational Development

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Impact of Technology on Educational Development.

ABSTRACT

Essentially, this long essay examines the impact of technology on educational development. The background study covers the area of the long essay’s focus, the significance of the study, the need of the study, the scope of the study and definition of terms which forms the chapter one of as the study.

Chapter two examines the impact of technology on education laying emphasis on technology’s impact on learning, impact of technology on the education system and the technology’s impact on education practices.

Chapter three discussed technology and educational development which is further broken into benefits of technology integration in education as well as the achievement of technology and education so far.

Finally, the chapter four contains the summary, conclusion as well as recommendations proffered on ways and strategies to maximise the use of technology especially in Nigeria so as to have the expected education development.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title page i
Approval page ii
Dedication iii
Acknowledgement iv
Table of contents v-vi
Abstract vii

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background to the study 1
1.2 Statement of the problem 2
1.3 Purpose of the study 3
1.4 Significance of the study 3
1.5 Scope of the study 4
1.6 Methodology and Data Analysis 4
1.7 Definition of Terms 4

CHAPTER TWO: IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY ON EDUCATION

2.1 Technology’s impact on learning 6
2.2 Impact of technology on the educational system 11
2.3 Technology impact on education practices 15

CHAPTER THREE: TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

3.1 Benefit of technology integration in education 18
3.2 Technology and Education, the achievement so far 25

CHAPTER FOUR: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

4.1 Summary 27
4.2 Conclusion 28
4.3 Recommendation 29
REFERENCES 31

INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background to the study

As the saying goes “Technology is the bedrock of any national development”. Education can be viewed as the tool or vehicle that can hasten up the development as well as the achievement of any programme and activity of any nation that has focus.

This implies that any country devoid of education and especially not having a solid back up of a useful and functional technology may become backward, redundant, under developed and as such achieve no goals.

According to ED report on “the cost and effectiveness of educational technology”, it was stated that ‘through the use of advanced computing and telecommunications technology, learning can also be qualitatively different.

The process of learning in the classroom can become significantly richer as students have access to new and different types of information, can manipulate it on the computer through graphic displays or controlled experiments in ways never before possible, and can communicate their results and conclusions in a variety of media to their teachers, students in the next classroom, or students around the world.

For example, using technology, students can collect and graph real- time weather, environmental, and population’s data from their community use that data to create colour maps and graphs, and then compare these maps to others created by students in other communities.

REFERENCES

Dolan, R.R.’ Hall, T E Banerjee, M, chun, E,& strongman, J(2005).

Dr Ede O.S Iyamu and Dr S.E Aduwa Ogregbaen preliminary evaluation Assessment of the use of educational technology by social studies teacher in secondary school in western Nigeria. Retrieve on 8/11/12.

Erdamar, Gurcu, Demirel, melek (English) effects of constructivist learning approach on effective and cognitive learning outcomes. Turkish educational sciences, 2008, Vol.6 issue 4,p629-661,33p,5

Funkhouser, Charles (wintrer 2002/2003). The effect of computer-Augmented Geometry instruction on student performance and attitude in journal of Technology in education vol.35 number 2 p163.175.

Gulek, J.C & Demirtas H (2005) learning with technology: the impact of laptop use on student achievement. Journal of technology, and assessment,3(2)available from hittp://www. Jtla org.

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