INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING IN GUIDANCE COUNSELLING
Joseph Olurotimi Ogunlade, Babatunde Christianah Adekemi, Oluwabunmi Veronica kehinde-Dada, and Akindaunsi Yemisi Olajumoke
This study examined the influence of information communication technology and effective teaching and learning of guidance and counselling in Nigeria. The study used descriptive design of the survey type. The research instrument employed was a self-designed questionnaire titled ICT and effective teaching learning in guidance and counselling. The sample consists of 350 samples both students and academic staff of the college of education. The sample was selected using multistage random sampling. The students were selected using simple random sampling while the staffs were selected using purposive sampling techniques. Three hypotheses were generated to guide the study. Percentage, mean score and inferential statistics were used for data analysis. The result indicates that information communication Technology (ICT) facilities for counselling are limited in the University. The results also indicate that the level of information communication technology is very low. Based on findings of the study, it was recommended that government should make available ICT facilities in counselling laboratory of the UNN Ikere Campus in other to help facilitate effective guidance counselling and learning.