Ill-Equipped Environment: Pedagogical Implications for Computing and Information Technology
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Ill-Equipped Environment: Pedagogical Implications for Computing and Information Technology


F.I Amadin & A.C. Obienu

ABSTRACT
In the globalised world, technology has become the in-thing as countries and/or organisations devise means of
gaining a competitive edge over others. In view of this, education systems in individual countries need to be tailormade
to suit this endeavor. Computing education, on the other hand, is very important to the development of a
nation. It helps in the understanding of information technology. Despite the importance of this subject, the delivery of
computing education and training was variable in quality. Too much teaching and learning was mediocre and has
raised fears that technological development may be a pipe dream for the nation. This paper focuses generally on
students of computer science and specifically highlights the problems associated with teaching and learning of
Computing, implications of ill-equipped environment as it relates to Computing and Information technology, and
recommendations on possible ways of creating an enabling environment to achieve efficient and effective teaching
and learning of computing education at various levels of our educational system, to make the ongoing quest a
success.

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Mathematics And Computer Science
Computer Science
Information Technology; School Environment, ill-Equipped Environment and Students’ Learning
Christian Bassey
17th April, 2018
17th April, 2018
http://oer.mciu.edu.ng/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Obienu-Anayochukwu-Ill-equipped-envt.pdf


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