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THE EFFECTS OF UNQUALIFIED TEACHERS IN TEACHING BIOLOGY IN SECONDARY SCHOOL

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background of the Study

The recent claim by the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) that 80% percent of teachers employed in Sokoto state public schools lacked teaching qualification provided a further insight into the profound nature of the crisis commonly confronting our educational sector. The aim of education is to provide knowledge that will integrate individuals and move them into more meaningful individuals in the society capable of solving their problems. Qualified teachers have been seen as an effective instrument towards achieving this effective teaching. It is pertinent to mention here that ineffective and poor teaching of biology as an important key science subject in the school curriculum has continue to cause some havoc by shattering the hope and aspiration of some students, especially the ambitious ones. According to the National Policy on Education (2004) demands that, the minimum acceptable qualification for teaching should be the National Certificate of Education (NCE). Up from the previous minimum of teachers certificate (Grade II), 10 University graduates in disciplines other than education intending to make career out of teaching are required to obtain a Post-graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE). The knowledge of biology as a science teaching subject taught in secondary schools require students to give the basic foundation and enquiry which enable them to know the science of their immediate environment in relation to plants, animals, agricultural activities, sanitation and ecology, as well as to pursue it as a career in the fields of teaching and health services. It is therefore against this background that this study is intended to look at how the influx of unqualified biology teachers contributed to the menace of preventing students to learn Biology as required of them by the system.

1.2 Statement of the Problem

The major concerns of this study is to identify the problems of teaching biology as a science teaching subject state and get information on students attitudes in learning the subject. And also the teachers percentage of both professional and nonprofessional biology teachers. For many years there has been concern about the problems faced by most of biology teachers in secondary schools. Such problems include, insufficient training, inadequate facilities, poor teaching techniques and inappropriate language of communications.

Biology as one of the core science subject, like many other subjects taught in secondary schools require a lot of skills for proficiency in teaching and learning process. The problems of teaching biology are not recent issues but have existed since the introduction of the subject in the school curriculum. It is in view of this, the researchers therefore aimed at looking into the effects of unqualified teachers’ influx in the teaching and learning of biology with regard to proficiency, achievement of students in the subject. The knowledge of these factors is very important for the educational development . And at the end the researchers suggest possible solutions for effective teaching and learning of biology in secondary schools

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