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Title: Effects Of Teaching/Learning Resources And Educational Achievement Of Pupils A Case Study Of Selected Primary Schools In Shamata Zone Nyandarua North District
Authors: Nganga, Daniel Gathogo
Keywords: Teaching/Learning Resources
Educational Achievement of Pupils
Primary Schools
Nyandarua North District
Issue Date: Nov-2011
Publisher: Kampala International University;College of Open and Distance Learning Education
Abstract: This qualitative study was conducted in Shamata Zone, Ndaragwa division, Nyandarua district of central province in Kenya aim at investigating the effects of teaching I learning resource and educational achievement of pupils. To investigate the factors contributing to the nonuse of teaching learning resources, to investigate how motivating teaching I learning resources are in classroom teaching, to investigate the impact of using teaching/learning resources on the learners performance in classroom educational task. Data was collected from the selected primary schools through questionnaires and the interview the researcher conducted with pupils who could not communicate freely with him. Finding reveals that non-use of teaching resources was as a result of the high cost to buy and require time to prepare. It was also noted that L/T resources motivate learners to answer questions by arousing their interest and concentration. Teaching I Learning resources improve general performance of learners. Teacher should diversify use of T /L resources so that 100% should be in a position of using them during classroom teaching for this very reason teachers need to attend seminars, workshops and induction course on effects of teaching /learning resources on academic achievement of learners. Teachers should be encouraged to use locally available resources to minimize the cost that may arise on purchasing teaching/learning resources. Teachers should also be encouraged to use teaching learning resources in every lesson so that they can improve general performance of learners. Teachers should embrace use of teaching/learning resource in all subjects because all subjects are equally important. Subject panels at school level should advocate on use of teaching/learning resources. The heads of subject panels should sensitize the teachers on importance of teaching/learning resources on academic attainment. The head of the institution ie H/T should also sensitize the teachers on use of T /L resources. Lastly educationalist such as zonal quasos, A.E.Os and D.E.O should be Vigorous on organizing and conducting seminars at different levels that is at schools level, zonal levels among others.
Description: A Research Report Submitted to the Faculty of Education in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Award of Degree in early childhood And Primary Education of Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/9922
Appears in Collections:Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood and Secondary Education

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