The Teaching-learning strategy of the primary science project of the Science Education Programme for Africa

Auteur(s)
Dyasi, Hubert M.
Langues
Anglais
Collections
IIEP Seminar Paper, 30
Année
1977
Pages
21 p.

Version en ligne

A propos de la publication

This paper is concerned with the teaching-learning strategy of the Primary Science Project of the Science Education Program for Africa. The document includes six sections: (1) The concept of a strategy, (2) Description of the strategy (3) Advantages and disadvantages of outcomes (4) Development and implementation in Ghana, (5) The role of the formative evaluation and (6) Implications. The description of the strategy includes influence of teachers' decisions, time for learning, goals of learning, content of learning sequences, pupils' role, influence of diagnostic feedback, ideological bases of the strategy, and origin of the strategy. The implications discuss curriculum planning policy, teacher training and allocation of resources (from ERIC database).