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Trends and problems of science and technology education at secondary level of Bangladesh with special reference to Munshigonj district: British period to till date

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dc.contributor.author Md., Saidul Islam khan
dc.date.accessioned 2019-10-20T07:08:42Z
dc.date.available 2019-10-20T07:08:42Z
dc.date.issued 2019-07-01
dc.identifier.uri http://localhost:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/590
dc.description This dissertation submitted to the department of Marketing, University of Dhaka in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. en_US
dc.description.abstract The study was descriptive in nature. The researcher intends to use both qualitative and quantitative approaches for collecting and analysis data. From 120 High school of Munshigonj District only 58 schools, 116 teachers and 580 students were selected by purposive sampling. Main Research Question of this study was the present Scenario of class Ten Science Students in Munshigonj District, From findings MunshigonjSadar: Science students at grade ten in 2015 were 15.90 ℅ out of students 2467 (All Group) , on the contray in the year of 2016, Science students at grade ten are 14.50 ℅ out of students 2560 (All Group), That Means Science students Decrease all most 1℅ in 2016 Tongibari : Science students at grade ten in 2015 were 16.00 ℅ out of students 2021(All Group) , on the contray in the year of 2016, Now Science students at grade ten are 18.00 ℅ out of students 2456 (All Group), That Means Science students Increase all most 2℅ in 2016 Sreenagar: Science students at grade ten in 2015 were 12.71 ℅ out of students 1433(All Group) , on the contray in the year of 2016, Now Science students at grade ten are 11.13 ℅ out of students 2230 (All Group), That Means Science students Decrease all most 1℅ in 2016 Serajdikhan: Science students at grade ten in 2015 were 15.24 ℅ out of students 1641(All Group) , on the contray in the year of 2016, Now Science students at grade ten are 16.14 ℅ out of students 1927 (All Group), That Means Science students Increase all most 1℅ in 2016 Louhajang: Science students at grade ten in 2015 were 12.00 ℅ out of students 1064(All Group) , on the contray in the year of 2016, Now Science students at grade iii ten are 9.00 ℅ out of students 1320 (All Group), That Means Science students Decrease all most 3℅ in 2016 Gazaria: Science students at grade ten in 2015 were 18.26 ℅ out of students 767(All Group) , on the contray in the year of 2016, Now Science students at grade ten are 19.4 ℅ out of students 857 (All Group), That Means Science students Decrease all most 1℅ in 2016. Research question of this study was to find out the present situation of teaching strategies practiced in the science classrooms as well as the knowledge, skills and classroom activities and assessment procedure used for Secondary Science in the Secondary schools of Munshigonj District. It was found from the study that, Most of the teacher uses question-answer method and lecture method as classroom teaching and learning method, do not use lesson plan properly, could not properly apply Secondary science teaching methods perfectly and most of the teachers also do not use the teaching aid properly. Most of the teacher uses question-answer method and lecture method during classroom teaching and learning. According to the teachers question-answer method is appreciated for make students' attention towards their lesson. Findings from the study indicate that The majority of teachers opine that they always use charts/pictures in the class, most of the students discoursed that their teacher uses charts/pictures occasionally. On the other hand, models and real objects are told to be sometimes used but considerable number of students declared their view against these opinions. However, scientific apparatus is not used at all. Findings from the study indicate that science teachers trends towards usefulness of ICT tolls in their science class room.The teacher responded positively to the statements.The data reflects teachers have positive perception towards usefulness of iv Ict tools and this perception can guide them towards professional development. Scince Teacher agreed on the benefits of attending class supported by multimedia. Most of the teacher and students agreed that Learning become enjoyable and attractive, Learning become easier and realistic, Learning become more practical, Student pay more attention, Tendency develop to attend class regularly, Learning become permanent and lasting, Tendency to memorize reduced, Students participation in classroom activities increased, Can learn new topics, Can know Updated information, Can learn through seeing picture. Experience of uses of computer (computer starts, cut, copy, pest, file opening and shutdown), data shows that teacher have some expertise. Moreover, findings from the study indicate that Teacher faces various challenges in conducting class through multimedia, most of teacher agreed that they faces electricity problems , Insufficient space of classroom, Lack of trained teacher, Lack of speed of internet, Teacher has no personal laptop, Lack of sufficient infrastructure, Shortage of time, Lack of sufficient skill in computer operation, Lack of fund, Disorder of equipment. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher University of Dhaka en_US
dc.title Trends and problems of science and technology education at secondary level of Bangladesh with special reference to Munshigonj district: British period to till date en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US


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