Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy
School Of Education
Community Services, Education And Social Sciences
Professor Mark Hackling
This study investigated and described the status and quality of secondary science teaching and learning in Lagos State, Nigeria. Quantitative and qualitative methods were used for gathering research data. Quantitative data were obtained from the surveys of 78 junior secondary science teachers and 500 junior secondary students from three Local Education Districts of Lagos State. Qualitative data on the other hand, were gathered from analysis of national and state curriculum documents and from focus groups of science teachers, school principals, parent association representatives, education officers, teacher educators, representatives of the professional association for science teachers and representatives of examination bodies in Lagos State, Nigeria. Other key stakeholders including scientists in a government establishment and those working in industry were also interviewed.
Ogunmade, T. O. (2005). The status and quality of secondary science teaching and learning in Lagos State, Nigeria. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/86