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Title: Awareness, Readiness and Attitude towards Mobile Learning among Social Studies Pre-service Teachers in Colleges of Education in Niger State
Authors: Abdulkareem, A. Y.
Falode, O. C.
Ali, F.
Usman, Z. N.
Keywords: Mobile learning
Pre-service teachers
Social studies
Colleges of education
Issue Date: Sep-2020
Publisher: Frontiers of Knowledge Journal Series | International Journal of Education and Educational Research
Citation: Abdulkareem, A. Y.; Falode, O.C; Ali, F. & Usman, Z. N.
Series/Report no.: 3/3;
Abstract: This study examined social studies students’ awareness, readiness and attitude towards mobile learning in colleges of education in Niger state. The study adopted a descriptive survey design and questionnaire was used for collecting data. Three research questions guided the study. Descriptive statistics of mean and standard deviation were used to analyze the data. A grand mean of 2.50 was used for decision making. The findings of this study revealed that students’ awareness was high, ready to utilize and have positive attitude towards mobile learning. It was therefore recommended among others academic and instructional activities should be delivered to students via mobile devices. To achieve this, lecturers must be aware, trained and adopt mobile teaching. Mobile teaching adoption by lecturers will encourage mobile learning adoption among social studies pre-service students.
ISSN: 2635-3636
Appears in Collections:Educational Technology

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