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Title: Individualized Learning Method. A Strategy for Achieving Viable Technology education Among Federal University of Technology Students Minna, Niger State
Authors: Umeh, A. E.
Sobowale, M. F
Nsofor, C. C.
Oboh, C. O.
Tukura, C. S.
Kuta, I. I.
Issue Date: Aug-2014
Publisher: African Journal of Allied Education
Abstract: The study examined individualized learning method on viable technology education among Federal University of Technology students in Minna. Niger State. Two research questions were raised and two null-hypotheses were tested at 0.05 level of significance Two hundred and seventy (270) students drawn from three schools (Faculties) from Federal University of Technology. Minna were used as sample for this study. The design adopted was pretest posttest control group design. The experimental group was taught in individualized method using computer assisted instruction while control group was taught using lecture method. The major finding of the study showed that there were significant differences between individuals that were taught with computer assisted instruction. The result also revealed difference in the ability levels of student (high. medium and low) in both experimental and control groups. Based on the findings, it recommended that computer assisted instruction should be used in individualized method to enhance low level learners especially in the higher institutions of learning.
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