THE IMPACT OF DIGITAL AUDIO-TEXT AND AUDIO-VISUAL INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA ON LEARNING OF CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS AMONG JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN RIVERS STATE, NIGERIA
The study evaluated students’ interest on the use of digital text-audio and audio-video in teaching Cultural and Creative Arts. The study was carried out in Andoni Education Zone of Rivers State among Junior Secondary Schools. The research design adopted for the study was quasi-experimental. A total of 183 Junior Secondary two (JSS II) CCA students were sampled from the population of 2118 for the study. The sampled size is made up of 99 males and 84 females. Digital text-audio and audio-video instructional packages were used to present lessons to students in six weeks. A 15-item questionnaire was used in collecting data. Data collected for answering research questions and testing hypotheses were analysed using mean, standard deviation and Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA) respectively. The results showed that both digital text-audio and audio-video instructional packages improved students’ interest. The authors recommend that governments should improve infrastructure in schools to enhance effective use of technology in the classroom.
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