Effectiveness of Using Activity Based ICT (Information and Communication Technology) Teaching Strategy in Development of Professional Skills Among Student-Teacher in Teacher Education Programme

Authors

  • N. Savitha Assistant Professor, Gold Field College of Education, Bangarpet, India
  • S. Prabha Guddadanveri Principal, Karnataka University College of Education, Bangarpet, India

Keywords:

Education Programme, ICT strategies, Professional skills, Student-teacher, Teacher

Abstract

This research paper is an attempt to find out the effectiveness of activity based ICT teaching and learning process in development of professional skills, knowledge and understanding among student teachers. The sample consists of 36 female student teachers and 14 male student teachers from gold field college of education in Bangarpet taluk, kolar district. A total sample of 50 student teachers was selected at random. 25 student teachers were selected randomly to form an experimental group. Another 25 student teachers were selected randomly to form the control group for the study. The experimental group was given activity based ICT strategy and the control group was taught the conventional method of teaching. The data were collected and analyzed with the help of researcher made questionnaire and suitable statistical techniques. A significant difference was found between the mean scores for achievement between the experimental group and control group.

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Published

2020-09-25

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Savitha, N. ., & Guddadanveri, S. P. . (2020). Effectiveness of Using Activity Based ICT (Information and Communication Technology) Teaching Strategy in Development of Professional Skills Among Student-Teacher in Teacher Education Programme. International Journal of Recent Advances in Multidisciplinary Topics, 1(1), 13-15. Retrieved from https://www.journals.resaim.com/ijramt/article/view/308

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