ADAPTATION OF VIRTUAL REALITIES IN BUSINESS EDUCATION DELIVERY IN COLLEGES OF EDUCATION IN NIGERIA TOWARDS COPING IN THE E-WORLD

Beatrice O. Anioke

Abstract


The globalization activity of the world has turned into an eye opening over the adaptation syndrome in the teaching and learning activities of the business education programme. The desire and demand for business education to join in the e-world activity is a matter for consideration. The taking of positive step to enable business education key into the e-world disposition is most eminent. One of the surest ways of keying inn is by choosing a platform where both the teachers and learners will be motivated for more committed effort and understanding. The situation now calls for ensuring the use of technology gadgets to teach. It is known that technology is the backbone of the E-world. It will serve best when technology application is put to use in the delivery of business education in Colleges of education in Nigeria. hence, adaptation of virtual realities in the delivery of business education programme


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