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A systematic literature review on teaching teachers pedagogy through YouTube video technology

Haruna Abubakar 1 * , Hasnah Binti Muhammed 2
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1 Federal College of Education, Zaria, NIGERIA2 University of Technology Malaysia, Johor Bahru, MALAYSIA* Corresponding Author
Journal of Digital Educational Technology, 3(1), 2023, ep2301, https://doi.org/10.30935/jdet/12839
Published: 15 January 2023
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ABSTRACT

Education teachers’ pedagogy (ELP) is a fundamental portion and backbone of all classroom teachers, and instructional intervention through YouTube video technology in our contemporary era. This paper articulates a rational literature investigation and analysis of the ELP and YouTube video technology. The findings expose the interference influence of ELP with YouTube video technology, such as YouTube channels for educational purposes. YVCE is an ICT dispersion for determining students’ academic performance in the educational course and other subjects in general. The systematic literature review (SLR) discovered findings from a recent study between December 2012 and October 2022. Excellence assessment screening of articles has been done, together with additional removal of repeated papers from the study. 30 articles met the modification and inclusion/elimination measures out of 123 papers. The adapted preferred reporting items for systematic reviews and meta-analyses demonstrate the review of literature accordingly. The researchers observed, completed, and deliberated the implication of the SLR. This has been directed by the upcoming ELP with YouTube video technology.

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Abubakar, H., & Muhammed, H. B. (2023). A systematic literature review on teaching teachers pedagogy through YouTube video technology. Journal of Digital Educational Technology, 3(1), ep2301. https://doi.org/10.30935/jdet/12839

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