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Title: ICT and Sustainable History Learning in Nigerian Secondary Schools
Authors: Maigoro, Lazarus Luka
Shammah, Nanchin Freeda
Nyamla, Edward Iliya
Gochin, Micah Dos
Keywords: Sustainable development
Access to education
Arts education
Issue Date: Apr-2019
Publisher: International Journal of Arts Education
Series/Report no.: Vol.1;No.1: Pp 171-178
Abstract: The article is on the place of ICT for sustainable history learning in Nigerian secondary schools. The purpose was to identify the various ways the application of ICT in the learning of history could lead to sustainable improvement in the learning of history for better out put by history students in Nigerian secondary schools. The various ICT tools that could be used by history students to learn, discussed in this article are radios, televisions, computers and the internet while some of the constraints to their effective use are poor educational financing, low ICT literacy among students and lecturers of history, and epileptic power supply. The write up discussed the benefits of ICT to sustainable learning of history contents to include: 100l for educational transformation and reform, helping in expanding access to education, strengthening the relevance of education to the increasingly digital workplace, and raising educational quality by turning teaching and learning into an engaging, active process connected to real life, among others. The study recommended that ICT should be included as part of the history curriculum, schools should strive and provide workable ICT platforms to enable easy access to 1CT facilities so as to enhance sustainable learning of history as a discipline in schools.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3506
ISSN: 2659-1499
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