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Title: Development and Validation of Mobile Electronics Response System for Teaching Computer Science Education in Colleges of Education in South-West, Nigeria
Authors: Gambari, A. I.
Babatunde, A. E.
Abdullahi, M. B.
Tsado, J.
Keywords: Development
Mobile Electronics Response System
Computer Science Education
Waterfall Model System
Issue Date: Mar-2021
Publisher: ATBU Journal of Science, Technology, and Education
Citation: Gambari, A. I., Babatunde, A. E., Abdullahi, M. B., & Tsado, J. (2021). Development and Validation of Mobile Electronics Response System for Teaching Computer Science Education in Colleges of Education in South-West, Nigeria. ATBU Journal of Science, Technology, and Education, 9(1), 399-414.
Series/Report no.: Vol. 9;No. 1
Abstract: This study developed and validated Mobile Electronics Response system for Nigerian colleges of education. Instrumentation and mixed method approach were used to ascertain the ease of development and validation of explaining the Mobile Electronics Response system Package. Waterfall Model was adopted for developing the package. The content was purposively selected from the Nigerian Certificate in Education (NCE) I curriculum. Convenient sampling technique was used in selecting the Mobile Package Developer and educational technology experts to validate the Mobile Package. Four validating instruments were employed in conducting this study: (i) Computer Science content Validation Assessment Report (CVAR); (ii) Educational Technology Experts Validation Assessment Report (ETEVAR); (iii) Computer Science Expert Validation Report (CSEVR): (iv) Computer Science Achievement Test (CSAT): and (v) Mobile Electronics Response System Students Attitude Questionnaire (MERSAQ). The face and content validation of all these instruments were carried out. SVQ was pilot tested and reliability coefficient of 0.80 was obtained using Cronbach’s Alpha. CVAR, MADEVAR, ETEVAR were administered on content specialists, Mobile Application Developer experts, and educational technology experts respectively, while MERSQ was administered on 28 NCE I students in Osun State College of Education, Ila-Orangun. The findings revealed that the process of designing and developing of Mobile Electronics Response System. Waterfall Model System Design was successful. Furthermore, reports from the validating team of experts revealed that the Mobile application is valid for learning of Computer Science Education at NCE level in Nigeria. It is therefore recommended that Mobile Electronics Response System (MERS) should be massively develop to teach Computer Science concepts.
ISSN: 2277-0011
Appears in Collections:Computer Science

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