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Paper Title: The Effects of ICT Use in Teaching and Learning on Students’ Achievement in Science Subject in a Primary School in Karnataka
Authors Name: Dr.Sunilkumar B. Dodmani
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Published Paper Id: IJRTI1907006
Published In: Volume 4 Issue 7, July-2019
Abstract: This study is aimed to identify the relationship between the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) use in teaching and learning towards the achievement of primary school students in Science subject. A total of 100 respondents were selected amongst Year 4 students at a primary school in K.L.E Dharawad, Karnataka. Quantitative approach has been used in this study. Students were classified into two groups namely the Treatment Group (Teaching using ICT) and the Control Group (Teaching without using ICT). The t-test showed higher value for the Treatment Group as compared to the Control Group. The result indicated that ICT use in teaching and learning increased the students’ achievement in Science subject in the primary school. This study also attempted to determine the differences of achievement between the female and male students in Science subject. Both male and female students showed improvement in their learning outcomes. However, the male students revealed higher level of achievement compared to the female students. The findings showed positive relationship between ICT use in Science lessons and the students’ achievements. The usage of ICT during lessons conducted in classes has improved the learning outcomes of students and therefore the contribution should be recognised by all teachers in order to enhance students’ achievement in academic. Based on the findings, several recommendations have been made to provide some insights into the application of ICT in Science subject.
Keywords: Information and Communication Technology, teaching and learning, Science subject, Education, Achievement, Primary School
Cite Article: "The Effects of ICT Use in Teaching and Learning on Students’ Achievement in Science Subject in a Primary School in Karnataka", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (, ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.4, Issue 7, page no.24 - 28, July-2019, Available :
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