IMPACT OF ICT LEARNING ON INTELLIGENCE AND ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICS FOR THE PUPILS STUDYING AT HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL

B. Suresh , Dr. D. Muruganantham

Abstract


The study investigated “Impact of ICT learning on pupil’s intelligence and achievement for the topic in mathematics studying at high school level”. The objective of the study is to find out the impact of ICT  among the High School level.

This study investigates the Impact of using ICT in teaching in tertiary institutions. In institutions of high level education, the issue of utilizing modern information and communication technologies for teaching and learning is very important. This study reviews literature and gives a scholarly background to the study by reviewing some contributions made by various researchers and institutions on the concept of ICT, particularly its usage in teaching and learning in high level educational institutions. It unveils some views that people and institutions have shared globally on the adoption and integration of ICT technologies in education through surveys and other observations. This paper tells us about what is It ICT what is its impact on employee and student performance, what is its history, difference between ICT learning and traditional learning, future of ICT and some facts about ICT that are collected from various websites of Internet are also included in this paper, fact show that it is growing in recent years.

A sample of 2 high schools was selected in Trichy district for this research work using the random sampling techniques. The investigator collected the reviews that are conducted in India and in abroad.

The tool for “Impact of ICT” was prepared by the investigator under the two categories “intelligence” and “achievement” Each of the item consists of 20 questions. The research findings show that the level of Impact of ICT among the High School level was high when compared with conventional talk and chalk method.

Keywords


Impact, Intelligent, Achievement, Technology in Education, Ict, Conventional method.

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