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Teaching resources and teaching effectiveness in selected colleges of education and polytechnics.

Fabiyi, Anne; Fagbamiye, E.O.

Abstract:
This study set out to determine the relationships between teaching resources and teaching effectiveness in six NCE awarding institutions in the south-western part of Nigeria. The stratified random sampling technique was used in selecting six schools which had been accredited and which were owned by either the federal or state government. The participants consisted of 58 lecturers and 379 teacher trainees either teaching or studying Mathematics, English, Integrated Science, Social Studies, and Introductory Technology (Technical Education). It was found that generally the teaching facilities where available were inadequate and teaching effectiveness was therefore hampered. It seems imperative that these institutions would need to be better provided for in terms of resources so that the output would measure up to the level required to ensure effectiveness.

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Document Title: Teaching resources and teaching effectiveness in selected colleges of education and polytechnics.
Journal: Lagos Journal of Educational Administration and Planning.
Volume: 1
Issue: 1
No. of Pages: 1 - 9


Document Type:Journal Article (Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Teaching and Learning
Country:Nigeria
Keywords:Teaching Materials, Teaching, Teaching Quality, Tertiary Institutions, Tertiary Institutions, Technical Colleges, Nigeria


File Size:51 KB
Rights:Permission granted by authors
Date Added:30 March 2010


Fabiyi, Anne; Fagbamiye, E.O. (2001). Teaching resources and teaching effectiveness in selected colleges of education and polytechnics.Published in Lagos Journal of Educational Administration and Planning. Vol.1(1) pp.1-9.