Need for ICT Integration for Effective Instructional Delivery in Nigerian Colleges of Education

Bede Blaise Chukwunyere Onwuagboke, Termit Kaur Ranjit Singh, Fong Soon Fook


Teaching and learning is the principal stock in trade of any educational enterprise throughout human history whether in the developed, developing or under-developed countries. The various developments in the field of information and communications technology (ICT) have been found very useful in the learning environment globally. The need to fully integrate ICT in instruction at the Colleges of Education level has become necessary in view of the demand on graduates of the college of education system to be ICT literate in an emerging world that is ICT driven. The products of the system are not for the Nigerian educational industry alone but for a collaborative and competitive global village where knowledge is created and shared using ICT. This paper discusses the need to achieve effective instructional delivery in colleges of education through the use of ICT.   It examines the concepts of effective instructional delivery, ICT and ways of integrating ICT in teaching.  The major constraints to the integration of ICT in the class room are highlighted and recommendations that will help in its’ effective integration in teaching and learning at this level made.

Keywords: Effective instructional delivery; Colleges of Education; ICT integration; Nigeria.

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