International Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Studies

Vol. 4, Issue 1, Part A (2022)

Technology integration into values education in Nigerian secondary schools

Author(s):

Hillary Wordu, Promise Sage Joseph, Cynthia Ibiso Tariah

Abstract:
The subject of this paper is Technology Integration into teaching and learning of Values Education in Nigerian Secondary Schools. This paper attempts to highlight the Nigerian Value System vis-à-vis its present state of degeneration and the roles of Values Education in the quest for attaining a morally sound ethical and efficient society/citizenry in Nigeria Thus, it also discusses the need for Information and Communication Technology integration in teaching Values Education in Nigerian Secondary schools. The study adopts a qualitative approach using non-participant observation and literature search and review to gain insights into the teachers’ adoption of Information and Communication Technology in the teaching of Values Education. It also discussed the concept of Values Education, Technology and Technology Integration. The study indicates that the training of teachers is deemed vital to make teachers and school authorities aware that Information and Communication Technology is a pertinent pedagogical tool for the provision of a positive learning environment. Finally, some important recommendations on how to achieve sound values system amongst Nigerian students were proffered.

Pages: 21-26  |  257 Views  100 Downloads

How to cite this article:
Hillary Wordu, Promise Sage Joseph, Cynthia Ibiso Tariah. Technology integration into values education in Nigerian secondary schools. Int. J. Arts Humanit. Social Stud. 2022;4(1):21-26.
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