The Use of Videos and Animations to Improve Learners' Achievement
The use of technologies in classrooms has become the best way to communicate learning contents to the digital age learners.
However for most teachers, especially in remote areas of developing countries using technologies to aid teaching is a far fetched dream, this can be due to various reasons such as inadequate resources and the ongoing debate between some educators and the head masters on whether the usage of technologies in teaching and learning improves learners' academic achievements, with only a few headmasters embracing the idea of using technologies in their schools.
This book presents different arguments from various authors and research findings on how the usage of technologies as a teaching and learning tool influence learning, with a focus on the usage of videos and animations.
Simon Kaukungwa Shilongo is an educator and a researcher.
He holds two master degrees in Curriculum design and teaching methodologies from Central China Normal University, P.R.
China and in Educational Technologies from the University of Namibia.
His main research interest is on the usage of technologies in classrooms.
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