EFFECT OF COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTIONAL PACKAGE ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS VISUAL ART IN SHAGAMU, NIGERIA

Idowu Lanre, Odewumi Michael Olubunmi

Abstract


This study investigated the effects of computer assisted instruction packages (CAIP) on performances of senior secondary school students' in visual art in Shagamu. Nigeria. Gender influence on students’ performance was also examined. The sample comprised of 50 students drawn from two secondary schools. Validated researchers’ designed computer assisted instructional package and Visual art Performance test were used as treatment and test instrument. Two hypotheses were tested using Analysis of covariance. Finding indicated no significant differences between the performance of students taught with CAIP and those taught using the conventional method and gender was a factor. The findings recommended that computer assisted instructional packages CAIP should be developed for teaching difficult Visual art topics in Nigerian Senior Secondary schools.

 

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art, visual art, computer, computer assisted instructional, Nigeria, gender

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