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Title: Evaluation of teachers' knowledge of the objectives of the Nigerian integrated science programme and implementation strategies: implications for pedagogical practices
Authors: Emeke, E. A.
Odetoyinbo, B. B.
Keywords: Integrated Science Programme
Nigeria
Implementation strategies
Pedagogical practices
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: The Institute of Education, University of Ibadan on behalf of participating West African Universities and Ministries of Education
Abstract: The study which is essentially exploratory, investigated Integrated Science teachers' knowledge of the objectives and implementation strategies of the Nigerian Integrated Science Curriculum. Fifty two teachers randomly drawn from the schools within eight educational zones in Oyo State were involved. The result showed that teachers have the knowledge of the objectives of the programme. The implementation strategies also employed are purely lecture and enquiry. The implications for pedagogical practices are discussed.
URI: ui_art_emeke_evaluation_2004_03
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