The Perception of Private or Public Secondary School Students of Kano Municipal on Learning Technology

Kabiru Rabiu Darma, Peter Ayoola Ajelabi, Aisha Hassan Sulaiman

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to find out student’s perception on learning technology and its impact on students’ academic achievement. The population of this study comprised of the entire private and public senior secondary school students of Kano Municipal. A questionnaire titled “Assessment of Students Perception on Learning Technology” as well as Academic Achievement Test designed by the Researchers for data collection. Descriptive statistic and T test were used to analyze the data. The result of the analyses indicated that there is a significance difference in awareness level of learning technology between private school and public secondary school students of Kano Municipal. The differences paved the way for influencing significantly the academic achievement of private students’ compared to their counterpart in public schools. The study further showed gender variation in the level of learning technology between male and female students. Based on the findings of the study, the researchers recommended the strategies to adopt in order to make learning technology more effective so as to improve the academic achievement of learners more especially in public schools.


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