Factors that Hinder E-Learning among Igbo Language Teachers: Implication for National Consciousness

Udoye Ifeoma, Akpamgbo Uche, Asimuonye Augusta


The world has become a global village and everything is fast becoming technologically based including the teaching of indigenous languages. Information and  Communication Technological (ICT) has advanced the teaching and learning from the traditional method of teaching like the talk and chalk board to a more sophiscated, exciting and resourceful method  through the use of internet, CD-ROMS and computers. The paper sought to present issues which hinder successful adoption of e-learning among Igbo language teachers at secondary school level and the need for national consciousness in language teaching. Data were collected using interview method. Findings reveal  that most indigenous language teachers are not conversant with e-learning. Based on the findings, few recommendations were made.

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