Gender Stereotypes on Biology Practical Pedagogy: A Student-Teachers' Perspective
I. O. Abimbola, F. E. Dada
Journal of Education and Practice Volume 6, Number 34, ISSN 2222-1735
This study examines ideas of pre-service teachers on goals of biology practical in three purposely selected Colleges of Education. To this end, A researcher designed questionnaire which was adapted titled "views of preservice teachers on biology practical" to elicit information, and findings of a survey administered to 405 preservice teachers revealed divergent views with gender stereotypes on laboratory manual, e-learning and biology practical and with chi-square statistical tool used to analyze the research questions and results presented.
Abimbola, I.O. & Dada, F.E. (2015). Gender Stereotypes on Biology Practical Pedagogy: A Student-Teachers' Perspective. Journal of Education and Practice, 6(34), 22-28. Retrieved June 8, 2023 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/195104/.
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