ICLASS LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR TEACHING ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS DURING COVID 19 A LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY EPE CAMPUS CASE STUDY
Keywords:Engineering Mathematics, Motivated Strategies For Learning Questionnaires, Minitab, The Lagos State Government, Envivo Education, Iclass Learning Management System
Coronavirus has shocked the world and almost bought the education sector to a stop. The Nigerian government declared a compulsory lockdown on all states of the federal. The Lagos State Government's passion for education consulted Envivo Education, a private company, to develop an Iclass Learning Management System (ILMS) for virtual teaching. This platform was effective in teaching courses, but the peculiarity of engineering is the basic to understand engineering mathematics the bedrock of all concepts. A Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaires (MLSQ) survey was administered to all students who took the engineering mathematics courses. The data was collected, and the statistical analysis was done with Minitab. It found out that the ILMS is good for teaching courses, but to understand engineering courses screenwriting and feedback from students should be included.
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