CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE EFECTS OF AUDIOVISUAL MEDIA USE IN BIOLOGY PEDAGOGY IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KENYA

Kiyeng Edwin, Ruth W. Thinguri

Abstract


The main purpose of the current study was to critically analyse the effects of audio and visual media use in Biology Pedagogy in Secondary Schools in Kenya; the outcome of the current study show indicates that there is a positive relationship between facility of Audio Visual Media and teachers’ attitudes towards teaching biology. The results report that high school teachers of biology to realize the contribution of using Audio Visual media in teaching Biology. Teachers who have been trained can effectively use audio visual media. The finding indicates that trained teachers can utilize Audio and Visual Media effectively in teaching Biology by increasing motivation of learner in a classroom.

 

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media, pedagogy, biology

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