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IMPORTANCE OF ADAPTABILITY IN TEACHING INTEGRATED SCIENCE IN SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS

IMPORTANCE OF ADAPTABILITY IN TEACHING INTEGD SCIENCE IN DARY S

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY

Examples of improvisation include Radio, Television, Charts, Micro-jectors, Still Pictures, Specimens, etc., which enable students to have a mental image of what has been taught and to remember the message for a very long time. It refers to the means by which a teacher imparts knowledge to his students in the classroom to achieve his goals.

According to Ogunmola (2002), improvisation refers to the visual or audiovisual materials that aid in the assimilation of an organization. In fact, for effective teaching and learning to occur, the importance of improvisation cannot exist without adequate use of integrated types of equipment.

Examples of such equipment include an integrated monitor, keyboard, typewriter, mouse, scanner, er, duplicating machine, etc. These science equipments are essential to a good integrated science teaching and training and learning.

It is without merit to assert that Nigeria’s interest in learning integrated sciences is increasing. Each local government area is attempting to increase technological production. This justifies the fact that integrated science has fully guaranteed a significant role in national power and productivity.

According to the new trend of integrated science, teaching has shown a radical departure from traditional expository mode in favor of practical and inquiry-based methods that include problem-solving and the active participation of students in the open-minded field exercise.

Given this, it can be assumed that offer facilities and equipment that are unique. For practical work, students will not gain much from learning integrated science. As emphasized by Howard (2003) when he stated, “What we learn is what we do,” the application of practical work is required to apply what is learned in integrated science.

Additionally, we must consider that at least some of the students may or must become professionally integrated. Such students require the necessary equipment to develop necessary practical skills. In addition, one of the fundamental sources of integrated science experience is direct contact with objects and events in nature outside the classroom.

Balogun (2000) summarized some specific educational reasons for having equipment for teaching as follows:

It allows students to develop functional and manipulative skills.

It allows the student to develop problem-solving skills and a scientific mindset.

Integrated science education contributes to the general preparation of youth by emphasizing child-centered learning activities and school enrollment in the face of a corresponding economic downturn. In this context, we can comprehend the significance of the question, “What is the significance of integrated science equipment in ?”

1.2 STATEMENT OF S

The effective teaching of integrated science in our is hampered by a number of problems and obstacles. Despite the subject’s significance, there is no secondary school in the Egor local government area of Edo state with an adequate range of resources for teaching integrated science.

This is a result of the inaccessibility of these materials, which is exacerbated by exchange restrictions and a large number of secondary school students.

The aspects of this problem will be addressed in this survey of the material resources required for the instruction of integrated science. In secondary school in Edo’s Egor local government area.

The following specific questions may be posed: Did secondary school teachers improvise or substitute for the difficult-to-obtain importance of improvisation?

Are there sufficient materials for integrated instruction in ? What kinds of materials can be enhanced?

1.3 OBJECTIVE OF THE RESEARCH

The purpose of this study is to assess the available teaching materials for integrated science in in the Egor local government area.

The study will investigate

The availability of makeshift facilities in our schools.

2. What and how integrated science teachers in make do with materials that are difficult to obtain

The kinds of materials that can be improvised

1.4 Importance of the Research

It is hoped that the results of this study will be useful to educational institutions in the Egor local government area of Edo state.

It should be of paramount importance to educational administrators when allocating funds to schools.

In addition, the result of the study will be of great assistance to integrated science teachers in their efforts to impart the necessary integrated science skills to their students.

1.6 RESEARCH QUESTION

What is the significance of improvisation in the secondary school teaching of integrated science?

Do secondary school teachers improvise when essential materials are difficult to obtain?

Do secondary school students remember topics taught with improvised materials more readily than those taught without improvised materials?

Utilizing improvised materials, do secondary school students find it simple to apply what they have been taught?

Does the significance of improvisation result in improved academic performance among secondary school students?

1.7 DEFINITION OF TERMS

In order to eliminate semantic ambiguity in the usage of study-related terms, they are ded below.

To give one’s attention, efforts, etc. to a specific person or subject.

2. IMPROVISED. To create or perform something using whatever is available, typically because the desired item is unavailable.

3. INDISPENSABLE. Absolute necessity, impracticability without.

Science is the study of the structure and behavior of the natural and physical universe.

5. INTEGD. A machine or device capable of storing, organizing, and retrieving information to calculate and control other machines.

6. INSTRUCTIONAL. This teaches individuals something.

7. MATERIALS. Things required to accomplish a particular task.

8. RADICAL. pertaining to the most fundamental and essential aspects of something.

There are ten technologies. Utilizing scientific knowledge in a practical manner.

 

 

 

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