Performance in biology at Tobago girls secondary school baringo district- Kenya.

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Kampala International University.College of Education
Persistent miserable performance in mathematics and science in Kenya National examinational has raised a lot of concern to various stakeholders. In reaction to this poor performance the ministry of Education set up in SMASSE - service training for the teachers of science and mathematics. SMASSE in service training in biology results at Tabagon secondary school in Baringo District form four K C S E results were used thus Ex-post factor research design was employed. The research also involved the implementation of SMASSE concepts and the results were obtained from the academic department. The data from K C S E results were summarized in form of tables and description statistic was used to analyze the data. The results were discussed to find out if there existed a relation ship between the pre SMASSE and discussed to find out if there existed a relationship between the pre-SMASSE and post SMASSE period. The results revealed that SMASSE project hat a positive impact on the K C S E biology results. The researcher recommended that there should be a continued training even after a teacher completing the four cycles.
Research project report presented to the institute of continuing and distance studies Kampala International University in partial fulfillment of requirements for the degree of bachelor of Education science
Performance, Biology, Tobago girls, School baringo district, Kenya