1.1 Background to the Study
In recent times, the world has witnessed a rapid increase in technological innovations. This era ushered in the advent of the electronic computer system among other technologies. At present, the computer technology has permeated nearly all aspects of human organizational roles and education.
Computer encompasses almost all facets of human endeavors. So much has been written on it and its relatedness to all areas of human discipleships, which include computer, Information technology, engineering, agriculture medicine, military, etc. However, much work has not been done on the competence of the teachers teaching the subject in terms of skills and knowledge they should posses to be able to take this current trendy into our secondary schools. This work aims to fill this gap, as it investigates the Competence of education teachers (Bada, Tayo, Adewale, Ajibada, Olalekan, & Ofedokun, 2009).
Today, computer technology in schools is one of the most far-reaching and fast growing development in education. Like maize in a plantation during a storm, countries all over the world are bending towards the fad of computer education (Joseph, 2007). Development in science and technology has brought into limelight the indispensable roles of computer in the area of information technology; it is a new instructional system. The incursion of the electronic computer system into the educational parlance provides the where withal to solve teaching and learning problems even more rapidly and accurately than hitherto conceived. This has eventually made the computer system doyen of humanity as it continues to exert greater acceptance. Computer, according to Jayesimi (2008), has become neology in recent society and possibly futuristic in years ahead.
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ASSESSMENT ON THE COMPETENCE OF COMPUTER SCIENCE TEACHERS IN ONUEKE EDUCATION