COMPUTER–BASED TRAINING AND WEB-BASED LEARNING STRATEGIES NEEDED FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NSUKKA LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Technology innovations have facilitated the instructional delivery system of imparting
knowledge and dissemination of information in ways that were not previously possible. This
study was therefore designed to identify the e-learning strategies needed for effective teaching and learning of Physical Education in secondary schools. The study was carried out in Nsukka local government area of Enugu state. Descriptive survey research design was adopted for the study. The sample population for the study was 24 Physical Education teachers. Questionnaire, validated by 3 experts knowledgeable in e-learning was used for
data collection. Using Pearson Product moment correlation method/ an internal consistency coefficient of 0.78 was obtained. Mean score was used in data analysis. The
results of the study revealed that the 22 e-learning strategies are needed for effective teaching and learning of Physical Education in secondary schools. It was therefore recommended that Physical Education teachers should adopt the e-learning strategies needed for effective teaching and learning of Physical Education among others. Key words: Secondary school, physical education, e-learning and strategy.