AVAILABILITY OF RESOURCES FOR TEACHING PRACTICAL AGRICULTURE IN SECONDARY SCHOOL IN ONDO- STATE

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INTRODUCTION

Background of the study

Resources can be described as facilities materials and equipment used in promoting practical projects on the fields and classroom. Resources can also encompass the supply of an asset to be used when needed, available assets, strategies for dealing with difficulties and the ability to funds such strategies. Resources can be classified as human resources, materials resources and physical resources. Human resources are the custodians of other learning resources. They include the school personnel capable of improving and administering the other learning resources and community resources. In other words, they are the professional who could be invited to the school to give a career talk or lecture on their professions or trade.

Purpose of the study

The major purpose of this study was to examine availability of resources for teaching practical agriculture in secondary school in Ondo- State

Specific purposes of the study

The study sought to:

  1. Examine the resources available for teaching practical agriculture in the secondary school.
  2. Examine the materials that can be improvised for teaching practical agriculture on the farm.
  3. Examine the materials that are improvised for teaching practical agriculture.
  4. Examine the problems encountered in the teaching of practical in agriculture in secondary school.
  5. Examine the benefit of using the resources for teaching practical agriculture in secondary schools.

Significance of the study

This study is significant because finding arising from it will add to the existing literature or information or knowledge with regard to the factors affecting availability of resources for teaching practical agriculture in secondary schools.

Scope of the study

The research focussed on availability of resources for teaching practical agricultural science in secondary schools in Ondo State.

Research Questions

The study will provide answers to the following research questions:

  1. What are the available resources to teach practical agriculture in the laboratory in secondary schools?
  2. What are the benefits of using materials for teaching practical agriculture in the farm?
  3. What are the materials that can be improvised to teach agriculture in secondary schools?
  4. What are problems encountered in the teaching of practical agriculture in secondary schools?

Hypothesis of the study

The following hypothesis were tested in the study

  1. Ho: there is no significant differences in the disposition of male teachers and female teachers in term of improvisation of agricultural teacher resources.

H1: there is significant differences in the disposition of male teachers                and female teachers in term of improvisation of agricultural teacher       resources.

  1. Ho: there is no significant difference in the disposition of teachers with teaching qualification and teachers without teaching qualification in term of improvisation of agricultural resources

H1: there is significant difference in the disposition of teachers with teaching qualification and teachers without teaching qualification in term of Improvisation of agricultural resources

  1. Ho: there is no significant difference in the disposition of teachers with longtime of experience and teachers with short time of experience in term of improvisation of agricultural teaching resources.

H1: there is significant difference in the disposition of teachers with longtime of experience and teachers with short time of experience in term of improvisation of agricultural teaching resources.

Assumption of the study

In carrying out research the following assumption were made

  1. Teacher of agriculture in secondary schools do not pay more attention on practical agricultural science.
  2. Teacher of agriculture in secondary school do not allocate much time on the school time table for practical agricultural science.

Limitation of the study

The limitation of the study is the shortage of fund which hinders a large coverage of more schools hence the findings cannot be generalized.

DEFINITION OF TERMS

  1. Teacher qualification: – level of training obtained by teachers that qualify them to handle the subject
  2. Field work: – this is refers to practical work carried out on field.
  3. Teaching method: these are the modern methods used in teaching practical agriculture
  4. Utility of Resources: Useful ends: To make use.
  5. Attitudes toward practical agriculture: in this study it is referred to as a general feeling or emotional disposition towards practical as a school subject.
  6. Resources: Wealth, supplies of good raw materials. Which a person country has or can use.
  7. Practical: Concerned with practical (contrasted with theoretical) overcome the difficulties of a scheme.
  8. Teaching: Gives instruction to cause to know or be able to do, give knowledge/skill or give lesson at school. Discussion of a subject of topical interest as help in a college, with students, staff and other speakers.
  9. Agriculture Education: This is the application of scientific principles and new technologies to agriculture.

 

 

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