Science Students’ Perception of Learning Environment and Its Impact on Their Performance (74953)

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In majority of schools, primary, secondary or tertiary, Learning Environment is being presented to be made up of only the curricular activities, undermining the co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Whereas, Learning Environment as classroom social climate is not made up of only the learning aspect of the school, but also the interaction between the students and their teachers, the teaching-learning activities of the classroom, as well as the laboratories. Hence, this study investigates some science students’ perception of their learning environment and its impact on their performance. The population of the study is all science students of all Colleges of Education in three Southern States of Nigeria. Sample for the study include all 200 level students offering five chosen science subjects in a College of Education each from the three states. Learning Environment Inventory (LEI) and data obtained from school’s record of students’ performance were the instruments employed in the study. The finding shows that the more positive the students perceived their learning environment, the higher their performance. It is therefore recommended that learning environment instrument be used in assessing the relationship between teachers and students, as well as the environment of learning institutions.

Authors:
Odunola Oshodi, Lagos State University of Education, Nigeria


About the Presenter(s)
Dr ODUNOLA OSHODI is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at Lagos State University of Education in Nigeria

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Posted by Clive Staples Lewis

Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00