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A STUDY OF PERCEPTIONAL DIFFERENCES ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN PRACTICAL BIOLOGY EXAMINATION IN MINNA METROPOLIS, NIGERIA
The study was conducted to determine the perception of student and teachers on poor performance in Biology practical examination in Bosso Local government Area Niger State. Two hundred and fifty (250) Senior Secondary School II and Senior secondary School III Biology student and twenty (20) Biology teachers were randomly selected from seven Senior Secondary Schools in the area. A 20 item questionnaire was administered to respondents. A t-test statistic was used to analyze the data collected. Findings showed that teachers and student have the same perception in poor performance of student in Biology practical examination. The study also revealed that students’ gender have no influence on their poor performance in Biology practical examination. It was recommended that Government and proprietors or proprietresses should endeavour to employ more qualified, experienced and professionally trained teachers for effective teaching and learning of Biology in Secondary schools.
Keywords: Perception, poor performance, Students, Teachers.