Teaching Practice Students’ Online usage of E-Learning, Impact and Problems
Keywords:Asynchronous online learning, Digital resources, Educational system, E-learning, Knowledge.
The study is a correlational survey research designed to investigate teaching practice students’ online usage of E-Learning, impact and problems. The area of the study is Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Rivers State, Nigeria. All teaching practice students at Ignatius Ajuru University of Education's Faculty of Education make up the study's population. A sample of 291 students were used for the study. Stratified sampling techniques was used for the study and the instrument used to collect data was a structured questionnaire titled Teaching practice students’ online usage of E-learning impact and problems (TPSOUEIP) with 30 items. A reliability co-efficient of o.64 was obtained from the structured questionnaire administered to students. The statistical instrument utilized for the investigation was mean. The study discovered that students can cooperate with their peers online and pick up new teaching techniques that are useful for their profession; seeking out feedback and applying the feedback, keep in regular contact with your students and offer active learning opportunities are the ways E-learning is used in teaching an online classroom. Based on the conclusion, the researchers recommend that Teachers should build engagement and motivation with course content and activities and also schools should initiate interaction and create faculty presence.