Main Article Content

Re-Engineering Teaching and Learning of Accounting and Word Processing through ICT and Collaborative Learning Approach: Implications on Learning Outcome

Margaret Osamuede Igbinoba
Moruff Adeyemi Salawu
Omotayo Martina Oluwole-Moses
Janet Iyabode Owolabi
Bamidele Emmanuel Ogunrinbokun


This study explored teaching and learning outcome enhanced by Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and collaborative  learning approach in accounting and word processing by considering the performance of learners in evaluating this learning approach.  The study adopts quasi experimental design involving learners from the School of Business Education, Federal College of Education  (Technical) Akoka. Sixty (60) learners from the Nigerian Certificate of Education (NCE II) Accounting and Office Technology Management Education (OTME) Students 2022/2023 were purposefully selected for the study. Content of the training was assessed, and the questions  administered were validated by experts in the field of business education and further subjected to test-retest reliability analysis which  yielded a coefficient of 0.78 (strong positive correlation) indicating a high degree of reliability. Descriptive statistics were deployed to  analyze the questions raised and independent samples ttest was deployed in testing formulated hypothesis. The results revealed a  significant difference in performance of the learners before and after being exposed to ICT and collaborative learning approach. Among  others, the study recommends that business education course content should be delivered through the use of ICT and a collaborative  learning approach. 

Journal Identifiers

eISSN: 1595-8485