Anthonia Chinyere Okoye


Innovative teaching method involve the use of digitals and ICT based tools in teaching and learning. The global technological revolution especially in the areas of business has prompted the need for business education instructional delivery to be technology base if the programme is to achieve its goal of sustainable socio-economic development. Hence, this paper examines innovative teaching methods needed to enhance the teaching of business education for sustainable development in a globalized economy. The paper also examines the need for the adoption of innovative teaching methods in business education and the challenges to effective utilization of this method in business education. Some recommendations among others were that educational institutions in partnership with private sectors should provide adequate innovative teaching technologies for effective instructional delivery and that lecturers should constantly attend workshops to keep abreast of new technology.


Innovative, Technology, Sustainable development, and Business Education

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