The Effectiveness of Indigenous and Low – Cost- Teacher Made Science Instructional Materials in Selected Third Year Students of The Balayan National High School
Keywords:Effectiveness, Indigenous, Low-cost, Instructional materials
The study entitled “The Effectiveness of Indigenous and Low-Cost-Teacher Made Science Instructional Materials in Selected third Year Students of the Balayan National High School” aimed to strongly emphasized the manner by which science is taught as well as the content are matters of concern that need careful analysis. The use of indigenous and low cost-made instructional materials by the science III teachers becomes highly commendable and their relation to selected variables: students’ achievement in science, students’ attitude toward the use of low-cost teacher made instructional materials in selected third year students of Balayan National High School .The researcher would like to find out whether the use of indigenous and low-cost instructional materials will be of great help to the students’ improved achievement in science and contribute to upgrade the science instruction in secondary level. Based on the results, it was found out that indigenous and low – cost teacher –made science instructional materials were effective substitute for different laboratory apparatuses and there were positive attitudes of the students with regard to the utilization of indigenous and low – cost teacher – made science instructional materials. There was a significant correlation of the degree of utilization of the materials with respect to students’ performance in Science; the effectiveness of indigenous and low – cost teacher – made science instructional materials were 100% effective as that of the actual laboratory apparatus.
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