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RELEVANCE OF LABORATORY GUIDE MATERIAL ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background to the study

Science and technology are the backbone of modern development throughout the world. Advancements in information and communication; efficient transportation through air, waters, rails, and good roads on land; improvements in health-care delivery, among others are made possible through products of science. Scientific knowledge underlines the design, fabrications and constructions by engineers, technicians and technologists. Science feeds technology with the truth regarding the nature of materials and other information necessary to enable technology to come up with products and other solutions to human problems. Thus, technology is powered by discoveries in science. The indispensable role of science and technology to human survival made science education to be included in the school curriculum at all levels of education in Nigeria.

Therefore, emphases are placed by nations of the world on the teaching and learning of science right from the onset of a child‟s formal education programme. These are alluded to by the various purposes and objectives of education at different levels of Nigeria educational system as contained in the National Policy on Education. One of the purposes of early childhood care development and education is “to inculcate in the child the spirit of enquiry and creativity through the exploration of nature, the environment, art, music and playing with toys etc.” (FRN, 2013:19). At the primary school level, one of the objectives of education is “to lay a sound basis for scientific and reflective thinking” (FRN, 2013:19). Also, one of the objectives of postbasic education and career development (PBECD) in Nigeria is the provision of “trained manpower in the applied science, technology and commerce at subprofessional grades” (FRN, 2013:29). According to the Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC, 2008a), Basic Science as a form of science education in Nigeria was originally one of the twelve (12) compulsory subjects in the upper basic education curriculum structure (NERDC, 2008a:6). It replaces Integrated Science of the old junior secondary education curriculum (NERDC, 2008b:5)

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