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The study was undertaken to assess the teaching of Biological Techniques in College of Teacher Education (CTE) at Batangas State University System. It specifically covered the identification and assessments of the current instructional materials being utilized by faculty in teaching the different topics in Biological Techniques. The study also looked into the problems met by faculty in handling the subjects which served as bases data for conceptualization of proposed instructional materials in teaching Biological Techniques. The descriptive method of research was used with the questionnaire as the main data gathering instrument. Eighteen CTE faculty who are teaching Biological Techniquesserved as the respondents of the study. No sampling was applied in determining the respondents. Frequency, percentage, ranking and weighted mean were the statistical tools used in quantifying the data gathered. Results of the study revealed that the instructional materials in teaching Biological Techniques like power point presentations and videos are very often used by science teachers. All the teachers assessed that the instructional material used in teaching Biological Techniques as attained to a very great extent. Moreover, science teachers strongly agree that lack of appropriate textbook for the course and inadequate activities were the problems in teaching Biological Techniques. The proposed instructional materials when used may enhance students’ learning in Biological Techniques. It was recommended in the study that the proposed instructional may be presented to the Book and Instructional Material Committee of the University. Moreover, it was recommended the proposed instructional materials may be used in all Campuses of Batangas State University to make the teaching of Biological Techniques effective and a similar study may be conducted focusing in other areas in Science.
[Nerrie E. Malaluan, Erma M. Alcayde. (2016); PROPOSED INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS IN TEACHING BIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES. Int. J. of Adv. Res. 4 (Jul). 818-824] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/943
DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/943
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