TEACHERS’ ATTITUDES TOWARDS INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY USAGE FOR INSTRUCTIONAL DELIVERY
This study examined Teachers attitude towards utilization of ICT for teaching secondary schools in Ilorin Kwara State. The study is a descriptive study of the cross-sectional type. A total of 41 secondary schools were randomly selected and random sampling technique was used to select 253 teachers (179 from public and 74 from private schools, 123 males and 130 females) from a total of 2098 teachers in secondary schools in Ilorin. Researchers designed questionnaire was used to collect data for the study. Two research questions were raised and answered. Mean was used to answer research question one and independent sample t-test was used to test research question two at 0.05level of significance. The study found out that teachers have a positive attitude towards utilization of ICT for instructional delivery, gender has no significant effect on the attitude of teachers towards the use of ICT for instructional delivery but a significant effect exists based on school type. It was recommended among others that teacher’s involvement in the utilization of ICT should be increased upon.