A Study of the Impact of ICT Tools on Achievement of Students in Learning Educational Technology

Princy Sharma

Abstract


The present paper examined the impact of teaching through different Information and Communication Technology (ICT) tools on the academic achievement of pupil teachers in Educational Technology which is one of the important subject of B.Ed.

Keywords


ICT Tools, Academic Achievement, Educational Technology

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