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A study of the factors influencing teacher use of outdoor instructional activities

by B. Gregg Meropoulis

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Experimental methods,
  • Curricula,
  • Activity programs in education,
  • Education,
  • Outdoor education

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFactors influencing outdoor education.
    Statementby B. Gregg Meropoulis
    ContributionsUniversity of Alberta. Dept. of Physical Education
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB 1047 M567 1978
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 218 leaves
    Number of Pages218
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27564120M
    OCLC/WorldCa70414048

      GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Outside of school factors play a larger role in standardized test performance than teachers, according to research released by a union-backed think tank. 7. Environmental factor: Physical conditions needed for learning is under environmental factor. One of the factors that affect the efficiency of learning is the condition in which learn­ing takes place. This includes the classrooms, textbooks, equip­ment, school supplies, and other instructional materials.

      The development of a district is also influenced by the factor of race and ethnicity because % of people are American Indians, % are of the mixed origin, 2% are Hispanics, and % are Blacks (Webster, Wisconsin, ).This factor contributes to the cultural diversity and teacher’s use of instructions to demonstrate the respect for diversity without focusing on stereotypes. Factors Influencing the Choice of Approaches Used By Pre-School Teachers in Baringo County, Kenya methodologies by pre-school teachers in Baringo District. Instructional resources are useful to influence of class factors on choice of teaching methods and influence of play activities on choice of teaching methods. The study was based on.

    INFLUENCE OF TEACHER RELATED FACTORS ON STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE IN KENYA CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY EDUCATION IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KIBWEZI SUB-COUNTY, KENYA. The study revealed that teacher job satisfaction influenced students performance as indicated by responses from 17(%) of the principals and 74 (%) of the teachers. This study was an effort to find out the factors affecting the motivational level of teachers at secondary schools in Rawalpindi city. The main objective was to come up with the recommendations for the improvement of motivational level of teachers. Objective of the Study The specific objectives of the study were as under.


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A study of the factors influencing teacher use of outdoor instructional activities by B. Gregg Meropoulis Download PDF EPUB FB2

Factors affecting Teaching Related to: Teacher, Learner, Support material, Instructional facilities, Learning environment and Institution. Teacher If the learner stands on one end of the ongoing teaching-learning process as one of the pole then teacher act as the other pole for the desired flow of the teaching learning activities in classroom.

teaching and learning process. For this reason, the present study examines the influence of teacher attitudinal factors on use of instructional technology for meaningful learning to take place.

METHODOLOGY The area of study was Vihiga County in Western Province, Kenya. Descriptive survey design was adapted for the study. Factors Affecting Teachers’ Use of ICT As a classroom tool, the computer has captured the attention of the education community.

This versatile instrument can store, manipulate, and retrieve information, and it has the capability not only of engaging students in instructional activities to increase their learning, but of helping them to solveFile Size: KB.

Factors affecting teaching related to: Teacher, Learner, Support material, Instructional facilities, Learning environment and Institution. Updated as per latest UGC NET Syllabus.

(Click on the link it will take you to the page which contains study notes of given topic). Generally, the purpose of this study is to Examine the factors affecting the use of instructional materials in classroom teachings in Jalingo LGA of Taraba state specifically, this study tries to find out the following: 1.

Impact of instructional materials on students cognitive performance in schools. teachers play a major role in the teaching and learning process, there is need to examine teacher related factors that influence academic achievement.

This study therefore sought to analyze the relationship between selected teachers’ demographic characteristics and classroom instructional. One factor influencing teacher performance is the principal’s leadership style.

For this reason, this study aims to analyze how the contribution of the principal’s democratic leadership style. teacher, consciously or unconsciously, greatly affects students’ academic performance.

It has been established that teachers’ attitudes highly influence students' interest in learning. Moreover, personality traits of the teachers are more powerful and influential than the course content or instructional strategies used in the classroom.

The present study will focus on factors which may influence teacher’s competency in classroom situation, including (a) teacher use of Continuous Assessment, a technology-based tool the teacher can use for communication with students, (b) number of special education students, (c) class size, (d) teacher use of research based best practices, and.

Mixed methods were used to collect data. The study found out that teachers do not employ a variety of teaching methods They do not prepare a variety of media for use in the teaching and learning. Teachers’ instructional materials are limited to textbooks and syllabuses and do not go beyond that.

Pupils learn in. the study. Simple random sampling was used to select teachers ( HODs and regular teachers). Purposive sampling was used to select all the 17 District Education Officers in Kiambu and Nyeri Counties.

Of the targeted respondents, teachers, 45 heads of departments 17 DEOs, and 39 principals responded, a total of. approaches was adopted to investigate motivation factors that influence teacher’s performance. A survey was carried out with respondents including ordinary teachers, department teachers and head teachers in public secondary schools in Nyamagana district, Mwanza.

In addition, in depth interviews were carried out with head teachers. Instructional materials are used to help transfer information and skills to others.

These are used in teaching at places like schools, colleges and universities. These can include textbooks, films, audio, and more. Instructional materials are the tools teachers use to teach their students.

Factors Affecting Teaching. Imagine walking into a low-income, rural school. What would catch your eye first. Perhaps you notice it's extremely hot, both outside and inside the building.

Factors Influencing How Teachers Manage Their Moreover, they are more successful when they are engaged in instructional activities. This mixed-methods study investigated the.

Therefore, it is important to understand the factors teachers use to decide whether or not to refer a student for psycho-educational testing (Gresham, Macmillan, & Bocian, ).

Thus, the primary purpose of this study was to identify the factors that influence teachers’ decisions to refer students for special education evaluation. The study points out that the learners equally with the teachers should know the content they are to learn with the guidance of the syllabus book which should be at their disposal.

Planning for instruction requires related documents and records for use in the instructional development process. Although there are various factors that also influence Curriculum Implementation like the resource materials and facilities, the teacher, the school environment, culture and ideology.

"Teaching materials" is a generic term used to describe the resources teachers use to deliver instruction. Teaching materials can support student learning and increase student success. Ideally, the teaching materials will be tailored to the content in which they're being used, to the students in whose class they are being used, and the teacher.

In a national study of 3, kindergarten teachers, Early, Pianta, Taylor, and Cox () found that although teachers were unlikely to receive training in building home–school connections, those who did were much more likely to use all types of strategies to promote a successful transition to school, including making personal contacts with.

Secondarily, it was aimed to determine factors that had influence on teachers’ teaching styles. Research indicates that demographics of a teacher may influence his/her choice of teaching style.

For instance, Shulman () highlighted that new teachers prefered to use teaching styles similar to those used by their own teachers.Based on these factors, teachers can then adjust the instructional intensity necessary in order to meet the academic goals.

For those students working at or above grade-level, the teacher can extend the academic goals to encourage students to reach higher levels of achievement. We use this new term ‘innovative activities’ because appraisals of activities within this scale both refer to Individual Activities as well as to Instructional Activities.

Table 4 shows the descriptive statistics of the three types of professional learning activity and of all other scales representing independent factors.