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|Title:||Learning resources and academic performance of learners in selected secondary schools in Mbarara Municipality, Mbarara District, Uganda|
Mbarara District, Uganda
|Publisher:||Kampala International University, College of Education, Open, Distance and Learning|
|Abstract:||The research study was carried out in Mbarara Municipality Mbarara district. The research was basically based on a topic: “Learning resources and academic performance of learners in selected secondary schools in Mbarara Municipality Mbarara district. The research was guided by a number of objectives which included the following; to find out effective ways of improving students’ ability, to establish the impact of learning resources on students’ performance in Mbarara Municipality Mbarara district, to determine solutions to improve on the assessment of biology learning and the resources used. The study was to determine the roles of learning resources and biology performance on learners’ performance as well as to identify appropriate and sufficient learning resources for teaching/learning. Learning resources and biology performance of learners in selected secondary schools. In identifying the objectives, the research was limited on appropriate learning resources and Learning resources and performance of learners in selected secondary schools in Mbarara Municipality Mbarara district and it covered ability; and sufficient learning resources. In finding the research intentions, Questionnaires were issued out to 200 respondents from which data was obtained on the roles of learning resources and covered ability. Interviews were held with secondary schools pupils, respondents plus the head teachers and class teachers on matters of the related topic. In the analysis of the findings, Teachers’ Questionnaires were collected and analyzed so as to obtain data on appropriate and sufficient learning resources available for teaching. Students’ Questionnaires were not analyzed but were used to ascertain the sincerity of the teachers in filling the questionnaire. The methods used in scoring the items of the questionnaire were as follows: In conclusion, the use of inadequate and impropriate resources is therefore the cause of learners’ inability and poor performance.|
|Description:||A research report submitted to the college of education, open, distance and e-learning in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of bachelor of education of Kampala International University|
|Appears in Collections:||Bachelor Degree in Secondary Education|
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