Effect Of Connectivism On Students’ Achievement In Business Communication In Colleges Of
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Effect Of Connectivism On Students’ Achievement In Business Communication In Colleges Of Education In Adamawa And Taraba States, Nigeria
The study determined the mean achievement score of students taught Business Communication using connectivism and those taught using traditional/conventional method, effects of gender on mean achievement score of students taught Business Communication using connectivism and those taught with traditional/conventional method and effects of chronological age on mean achievement score of students taught Business Communication using connectivism and those taught with traditional/conventional method. The study answered three research questions and tested two hypotheses. Nonequivalent control group design was used. The population was 265 NCE III students of business education department made up of 1DownloadViews: 36

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