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Title: ICT and History Students’ Acquisition of Critical Thinking Skills
Authors: Maigoro, Lazarus Luka
Thomas, Blessing Zinaai
Shammah, Nanchin El-Freda
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Lafia Journal of Africa and Heritage Studies
Series/Report no.: Vol.2;Pp 158-162
Abstract: History as a discipline is a subject that requires indepth thinking otherwise known as critical thinking in order to be able to analyze concepts and situations very well. Critical thinking is a skill needed by history students that will equip them to think deeply so as to enable them solve complex issues relating to their topic of discussion or answer examination questions properly. However, the authors have observed that history students do not seem to possess this skill which is affecting their performance negatively. This article examines the use of Information Communication Technology (ICT) as an instructional material in the classroom for learning as a means of assisting students acquire critical thinking skills so as to improve their classroom achievement.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3504
ISSN: 2579-0552
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