Exploring students and teachers activities, experiences and impact of Opón Ìmò mobile learning device on teaching and learning
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CitationSanusi, Ismaila T. Oyelere, Solomon S. Suhonen, Jarkko. Olaleye, Sunday A. Otunla, Adekunle O. (2017). Exploring students and teachers activities, experiences and impact of Opón Ìmò mobile learning device on teaching and learning. 2017 IEEE AFRICON : science, technology and innovation for Africa, 788-793. 10.1109/AFRCON.2017.8095583.
There has been series of introduction of low-cost learning technologies worldwide such as laptop and tablet computers, especially in developing countries to address uneven standard education which has attracted attention from many researchers and practitioners as reflected in myriad studies. The State Government of Osun in Nigeria following the trend of technology globally introduced Opón Ìmò Initiative to tackle the learning problem through its Opón Ìmò Technology Enhanced Learning System. This study examined the students' and teachers' activities, experience, and impact of using Opón Ìmò for teaching and learning. Quantitative method was employed using 111 samples including teachers and secondary school leavers. The result shows that learners' activities influence learning experiences, while teachers' activities on the device negatively affect teaching experiences as surprisingly, teachers ICT experience negatively affect teaching with the device.