Impact of Smart Classroom Modification on Student Performance in Ekiti State Secondary Schools


Until recently, education in Nigeria was delivered using ancient classroom techniques that required students to sit through lengthy teacher monologues. However, the advancements in science and technology to make learning more interactive, intelligent, and practical led to a paradigm shift in the educational system. The study strategy was a descriptive survey to gather primary data by creating pertinent questionnaires and employing a quantitative data-collection technique. As a result, the researcher discovered a reliability coefficient of 0.75. The population of this study consisted of students in public schools with cutting-edge learning environments. In addition, 277 male and female students were chosen for this study using random sampling methods. According to the findings, there is a strong connection between effective classroom instruction and students’ academic performance. Therefore, smart classrooms should be promoted and implemented to close the knowledge gap between learners in rural and urban areas.

Bamidele Olusola, O. & Fakuade, O. V. (2023). Impact of Smart Classroom Modification on Student Performance in Ekiti State Secondary Schools . InTraders International Trade Academic Journal , 6 (1) , 44-57 . DOI: 10.55065/intraders.1272301

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