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Paper Id: IJARW1220
Title: EFFECTIVENESS OF LOCALLY MADE INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND RETENTION IN SCIENCE EDUCATION IN EASTERN PROVINCE OF RWANDA
Published in: International Journal Of All Research Writings
Publisher: IJARW
ISSN: 2582-1008
Volume / Issue: Volume 1 Issue 11
Pages: 9
Published On: 5/5/2020 3:05:30 AM      (MM/dd/yyyy)
Main Author Details
Name: Etienne Twizeyimana
Institute: University of Science and Technology of China
Co - Author Details
Author Name Author Institute
Alphonse Renzaho University of Rwanda-College of Education
Esperance Mujawimana College Saint Jean Nyarusange
Abstract
Research Area: Education
KeyWord: Standard instructional materials, locally made materials, control group, experimental group, academic performance, science education
Abstract: The role of well designed and prepared instructional materials in teaching sciences is imperative in view of the complex and abstract nature of some science subjects. It is argued that for science teachers to be more successful in their teachings, thus alleviating the unclear perception of the scientific concepts and theories. This study investigated the effectiveness of locally made instructional materials on students' academic performance and retention in science education in the eastern province of Rwanda. Two research questions were formulated, and the research design is known as a quasi-experimental research design, specifically the pretest post-test non-randomized control group design was used. The study was carried out among students of Senior Two A (SS2Aand SS2B) in secondary schools located in the eastern province of Rwanda. Senior Two A (SS2A) students were treated as the control group, and senior two B (SS2B) were treated as the experimental group. Both groups were taught the same topic using standard instructional materials and assessed to measure their academic performance. Another topic was taught to both classes Senior Two A with standard instructional materials and Senior Two B With locally made materials. Again both groups were assessed to measure their academic performance. The sample of the study consisted of eighty-two students, forty two teachers, and four headteachers. Research instruments used in this study were observation, interviews, questionnaires, and tests to provide scores. The results showed that students in the control group failed compared to students in the experimental group taught by using locally made materials. It is authoritative that course instructors should be encouraged to admire the effectiveness of locally made instructional materials so as to motivate, encourage active participation thereby improving science students' overall academic performance
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Etienne Twizeyimana, Alphonse Renzaho , Esperance Mujawimana, "EFFECTIVENESS OF LOCALLY MADE INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND RETENTION IN SCIENCE EDUCATION IN EASTERN PROVINCE OF RWANDA", International Journal Of All Research Writings, vol. 1, no. 11, pp. 29-37, 2020.
MLA Etienne Twizeyimana, Alphonse Renzaho , Esperance Mujawimana "EFFECTIVENESS OF LOCALLY MADE INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND RETENTION IN SCIENCE EDUCATION IN EASTERN PROVINCE OF RWANDA." International Journal Of All Research Writings, vol 1, no. 11, 2020, pp. 29-37.
APA Etienne Twizeyimana, Alphonse Renzaho , Esperance Mujawimana (2020). EFFECTIVENESS OF LOCALLY MADE INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND RETENTION IN SCIENCE EDUCATION IN EASTERN PROVINCE OF RWANDA. International Journal Of All Research Writings, 1(11), 29-37.
EFFECTIVENESS OF LOCALLY MADE INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND RETENTION IN SCIENCE EDUCATION IN EASTERN PROVINCE OF RWANDA
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