3D Computer Animation as a Catalyst to Improving Lower Primary School Pupils Attitude towards Yoruba Culture

Prof. S. O. Makinde, Prof. H. Adesanya, E. A. Banjo Ph.D, A. J. Adeosun, P. O. Olayinka, S. Ojo, S. O. Olawore, D. Hunpegan, M. A. Oyedele, D. S. Oyedele, S. Adejare & R. Adetokun
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Abstract

The study investigated 3d computer animation as alternative to improving lower primary school pupil's attitude towards Yoruba Culture. The study adopted quasi experimental research design involving 2 x 2 factorial matrix. Sample comprised of 57 pupils selected from two intact classes. The two groups were randomized into experimental and control group. The Pupils Attitude towards culture Questionnaire was used for data collection. The questionnaire was validated with 0.79 reliability index. The questionnaire was used as pre-test and post-test while data was analysed using Analysis of covariance (ANCOVA).Finding from the study indicated that 3D computer animation have significant effect on lower primary school pupils attitude towards culture (F = 13.398; p < .05) but gender has no significant effect on lower primary school (1, 57) pupils attitude towards culture (F = 2.079; p > .05). It was also found that there is no interaction effect of (1, 57) 3D computer animation instruction and gender on lower primary school pupils attitude to culture (F = (1, 57) .007; p > .05). The study concluded that 3D computer animation instruction has effect on lower primary school pupils attitude towards culture while it is recommended that primary school teachers Yoruba teachers should adopt the 3D computer animation instruction to improve pupils attitude

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Prof. S. O. Makinde, Prof. H. Adesanya, E. A. Banjo Ph.D, A. J. Adeosun, P. O. Olayinka, S. Ojo, S. O. Olawore, D. Hunpegan, M. A. Oyedele, D. S. Oyedele, S. Adejare & R. Adetokun. 3D Computer Animation as a Catalyst to Improving Lower Primary School Pupils Attitude towards Yoruba Culture. Africa Journal of Educational Research, 29, 111-118.


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