Obitor Wizoma Matthew Ogeh, C. Abe Ezinne


This study examined the digitalization of education relating it with its implication for the 21st-century teachers. This work aimed at establishing the connection between digitalization of education and the preparedness of teachers towards ensuring its actualization in several educational institutions in the economy. This aim was made possible through the review of six (6) concepts and one (1) theoretical backing to support the purpose of this study. The concepts reviewed brought about the interconnection between several intervening variables that help to understand the relationship between the main variables of the topic to ascertain the relationship as well as necessary requirements and impediments towards achieving it fully. It was found out that digitalization of education is necessary for our modern world of today. It was concluded that digitalization of education industry in the 21st century has proven to be a boon to our society. it was then recommended that teachers should seek for more ways to boost their 21st-century skills to enable them to digitalize their instructional process properly. It was also recommended that curriculum planners should devise means by which the digitalization of education can be fully and effectively implemented in all educational institutions of the economy.


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