A CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON THE IMPACT OF UTILIZATION OF THE INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES ON PEDAGOGY IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KENYA

Joseph B. Arisa, Ruth W. Thinguri

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The purpose of the study was to critically analyze the impact of utilization of the instructional resources on pedagogy in public secondary schools in Kenya. Most public secondary schools in Kenya are not fully equipped with enough instructional resources. An in-depth analysis was done to bring to light what must be brought forth to equip all schools with essential instructional materials needed during pedagogy. The main intent of the study was to critically analyze the teachers’ preparedness to use instructional resources during instruction for the sole benefit of the students in secondary schools in Kenya. To critically analyze how variety of instructional resources impact pedagogy in public secondary schools in Kenya. To critically analyze how simplicity of instructional resources impact pedagogy in public secondary school in Kenya. To critically analyze the impact of the cost of instructional resources on pedagogy in public secondary schools in Kenya. To critically analyze the impact of the adaptability of instructional resources on pedagogy in public secondary schools in Kenya. Moreover the study was meant to generate the impact of inclusiveness of those instructional resources, the cost of the instructional resources and the availability of instructional resources. The study used qualitative research design that was valid when doing a critical analysis. The study came up with recommendations to the government, teachers and the education stakeholders to ensure that teachers get enough training with respect to instructional resources and also acquire variety of resources to enhance pedagogy in public secondary schools in Kenya.

 

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instructional resource, utilization, pedagogy, critical analysis, impact

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