FACULT OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FOUNDATIONS AND TEACHING MANAGEMENT
TITTLE: ASSESSMENT OF FACTORS THAT DETERMINE STANDERD AND QUALITY OF EDUCATION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS A CASE OF AIRPORT SECONDARY SCHOOL
IN MBEYA REGIONAL.
MALAMBUGI, ANDREW .N.
Teaching practice observational report, Submitted to the department of Education Foundations and Teaching Management in partial Fulfill of the requirement for the Completion of first year of the Bachelor degree of Education in Economics and Mathematics (BED-EM) of Mzumbe University.
I, Andrew .N. Malambugi, here declare that this field report is my Own work that it has not been presented and submitted to any other University or higher learning Institution for a similar or any other purpose.
ANDREW .N. MALAMBUGI
Registration Number : 14400/T.11
I here dedicate this work to my parents, Mr. N. I. Malambugi and Rhoda A.M. The two have always matters. My young mother Atupakisye Mwakamele, My brother Emanuel, my beloved sister Atupokile, My young brothers Ayubu, Elisha and Ambele, my young sisters Rehema, Mariamu, Upendo and Bertha, My lovely ant Bupe Malambugi. My friends, Elia Jimmy, Alexander Lucas, Hamisi Kambona and others. They played a great role of encourage me much. Still I here by dedicate this work to my Supervisor Joyce kiwara from Mzumbe University.
LIST OF ABBREVIATION AND ACRONUSMS
BED - Bachelor of Education
EM - Economics and Mathematics
HOD - Head of Department
FSS - Faculty of Social Science
NGO’S - Non Government Organizational
MU - Mzumbe University.
NECTA - National Examination Council of Tanzania
This study was all about assessment of factors that determine standard and quality of Education In Secondary School. The study Conducted at Airport Secondary School of Mbeya Regional and designed population or sample was student, staff members and parents. The main objective or targeted of this study was to find out the factors that determine the standard and quality of education in the level of Secondary School. Also the explain what leadership and administrative factors that affect the standard and quality of education as well as how far the...
...Physical Education In SecondarySchools
My philosophy of physical education in the secondary setting deals with
students becoming physically fit. Also that students learn how to communicate
with others, especially in a team setting. My philosophy also holds in it
different teaching methods. Methods that physical education teachers can use to
get the most out of their students. With this philosophy of physical education I
plan to use it toward becoming a good teacher.
The major reason for having physical education in secondaryschools is
to lead the students toward a better lifestyles and to be physically fit. There
was an article published In 1992 by, The National Association for Sport and
Physical Education (NASPE), stating what "The Physically Fit Person" should
consist of. This article states five factors of a physical fit person. One
factor is that a physically fit person "has learned skills necessary to perform
a variety of physical activities". The second factor, "is the person physically
fit". The third factor is "does this person participate regularly in physical
activity". The fourth is a physically fit person "knows the implications of and
the benefits from involvement in physical activity". The last factor is that a
physically fit person "values physical activity and its contributions to a
...The term secondaryschool refers to the levels of schooling that follow elementary school and conclude with high school graduation. Typically, these include middle schools or junior high schools, the most common configuration of which is grades six through eight, and high schools, the most common configuration of which is grades nine through twelve. The 1983 release of the National Commission on Excellence in Education document A Nation at Risk focused national attention on the need for school reform. This reform movement took clearer shape in the late 1980s and early 1990s with the introduction, by the first Bush administration, of America 2000, a list of goals for U.S. education to be achieved by 2000. America 2000 was later refined and renamed Goals 2000 by the Clinton administration. So began the standards movement, which evolved throughout the 1990s and was ultimately codified by President George W. Bush and the 107th Congress in the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. This act sharpened the teeth of the standards movement with accountability measures in the form of "high-stakes" standardized tests that all students must take at various points in their education. It is against this backdrop of the standards, assessment, and accountability movements that secondaryschools craft their reform...
Sex education on the other hand, according to Kirby (2002) and Alford (2003), it teaches about abstinence as the best method of avoiding STDs and unintended pregnancy through contraception, it talks about interpersonal and communication skills which help young people explore their own values, goals and options, a prevention program that will affect multiple behavior and achieve positive health impacts.
As support to the global call of sexeducation, Representative Lagman (2008) said that Reproductive Health Bill was formulated by the congress here in the Philippines, that promotes information on access to both natural and modern family planning method, which are medically safe and illegal permissible and assures an enabling environment where women and couples have the freedom and choice on the mode of planning their family while strengthening PopCom in educating the youth.
For this reason, the researchers would like to expose the importance and effects of sex education program in the learning of teens and in the preservation of the country as a whole at the same time, assist and guide the youth to be responsible not only in their decision but more importantly to their judgment as to what Villegas (2009) said, “The only thing that will bring things to order is time.”
Statement of the Problem
1. What are the importance of integrating sex education in the learning of teenagers?
A secondaryschool teacher at a public school must be licensed with a bachelor’s degree and by completing an approved teacher education program. Secondaryschool teachers at private schools do not need to be licensed but are required to have a bachelor’s degree to teach. For hard to fill positions, some states offer alternative licensing programs to secondaryschool teachers. Understanding a student’s needs, the ability to motivate them and communicate well, are important qualifications for secondaryschool teachers. Job prospects are best in rural and undesirable school districts as well as those teaching mathematics, science or bilingual education.
Secondaryschool teachers play an important role for students during their formative years by fostering the intellectual and social development of their students. They provide their students with an environment and the proper tools to develop into responsible adults.
Whether they use a hands-on approach with props or ask students to work together in groups, secondaryschool teachers can provide instruction to students that will help them later on in life. Secondaryschool teachers will prepare report cards,...
Student number: 20134571
Science 1 in the Early Years
Assessment: Item 1- Views of teaching and promoting science of young learners
The pedagogy of play can be hard to understand and part of the reason for this is it’s so difficult to explain how children learn by play because play isn’t simply; it is complex. Each child begins their early childhood education with a set of skills and prior knowledge that is influenced by their family, culture and past experiences (Fellows &Oakley, 2010). The past knowledge should become the foundation for developing an understanding of scientific concepts (Duschl, Schweingruber & Shouse, 2007). Children are naturally inquisitive, creative and aware of the world around them (Campbell & Jobling, 2012). Play is an important development tool and an effective way to teach children scientific concepts while using their prior knowledge (Preston, Mules, Baker & Frost, 2007). Learning science through play shows children that science is useful and enjoyable and is a significant aspect of the real world (Bulunuz, 2013). This essay will review teaching science through play, theorists who support play and the way in which the Australian curriculum and EYLF support play pedagogy.
Science and Play
Play pedagogy is a context for learning through which children organise and make sense of their social worlds, as they engage actively with people, objects and representations. Research shows...
The education policy of Malaysia was started since 1956 and it was before the independence of Malaya Peninsula. Then the policy was developed through four major phases, which were Razak Report era, 1956, Rahman Talib Report era, 1960, the Cabinet Report 1979, and the Education Bill 1995.
Razak report, 1956
Malaysian second Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak as the Minister of Education at that time, had chaired theeducation committee 1956 which was formed to devise a national education system. The committee was created to devise a national education system, to encourage the use of Malay as the language of instruction in schools and ensure the protection of the language and culture of other ethnic groups.
Recommendations of the Razak report 1956 became the starting point for the Education Ordinance 1957. It was important as an educational framework for independent Malaya and eventually Malaysia. The following was the major recommendations contained in the Razak Report:
* Create School Board of Governors for all schools, the primary and secondary.
* Schools were classified and indentified into: (1) private/independent school which will not receive assistance from public funds; (2) government-aided; (3) public; and (4) national-type (sekolah jenis kebangsaan) the medium...
...government's commitment to education as an integral part of its social and economic development started shortly after independence. Before independence, educational access was very restricted. The Arusha Declaration was followed in 1967 by the policy document "Education for Self-Reliance", in which education was assigned a seminal role in the transformation of Tanzania to an African socialist society. Universal PrimaryEducation (UPE) was emphasized in the Musoma Declaration of 1974 as a way of transforming rural society and agriculture, from which it was acknowledged the vast majority of the population, would derive their livelihood.
By the early 1980s, external shocks (oil crises, low coffee prices, drought, and war with Uganda) and deficient economic policy caused an economic crisis that needed to be resolved through economic restructuring and recovery. Tanzania's relationship, however, with the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was tense because of differing perspectives on the root causes of the economic crisis and how to handle it. Tanzanian policy makers attributed the crisis to exogenous shocks, while the World Bank and the IMF stressed deficient economic policies and institutions as the root cause. For the education sector, this period saw a huge reduction in resources that lead to a reversal of progress made towards Universal Primary Education...
...“Teaching ICT in secondarySchool
ICT an acronym for information and communications technology. ICT was introduced in the national curricula of England and Wales in 1999 to define a set of tools used to process and communicate information.
The processing and communicating of information has become ubiquitous at the heart of teaching and learning and as such ICT is central to effective secondaryschooleducation. This feature gives ICT a unique status in the secondaryschool curriculum
Teaching ICT in secondaryschools is related with developing teachers, pupils and institutions with the ability and desire to use these tools to manage environments in which information is processed and communicated.
Teaching ICT in secondaryschools can improve the quality of learning in other subjects by eliminating drudgery, using appropriate visual aids which increase motivation and encourage pupils to work to higher levels.
ICT being taught in secondaryschool facilitates the development of the learner’s knowledge and understanding in specialist areas of Information and Communication Technology, such as computer simulation/programming, communication, internet, and presentation. These enable learners to exhibit the skills needed to contribute to the operations and...