INFLUENCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS’ TEACHING EXPERIENCE ON THE UTILIZATION OF ELECTRONIC MEDIA FOR TEACHING IN ILORIN METROPOLIS.

ABSTRACT
Electronic media are diverse set of electronic technologies, technological tools and resources used to
communicate, create, disseminate, store and manage information. The study was based on Influence of Secondary School
Teachers’ Teaching Experience on the utilization of electronic media for teaching in Ilorin Metropolis. The study examined
the types of electronic media available and used for teaching. A number of three hundred teachers were randomly selected
from twenty schools with fifteen respondents (15) from each sampled senior and junior secondary schools in the selected
three local governments in Ilorin metropolis. At the end of the survey, a total of two hundred and fifty-four (254) teachers
adequately responded and submitted that was used for the study. Two research questions were answered and one
hypothesis were tested. Means scores and percentage were used to answer the two research questions while t-test was used
to test the hypothesis. The findings of the study showed that seven (7) of the electronic media were not available in school
among the twenty-two (22) listed electronic media, other electronic media were available. Fourteen were used while the
remaining eight were not used by the teachers. It was reported that there was not significant difference in teachers’
utilization of electronic media based on experience with the t-test value of t(252) = -1.438, P>0.05. Based on this study,
conclusions and recommendations were raised.
Keywords: Influence, Teaching Experience, Teaching, Electronic Media, Ilorin Metropolis.

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