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THE IMPACT INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA FOR QUALITY TRAINING IN PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGES IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

Background to the Study

It is widely recognized that qualified and competent teachers are an essential component of school programmes that result in improved outcomes for learners at all levels of education (Barnett, 2004). Early childhood teacher training in particular requires the use of appropriate skills and attitude by tutors so as to produce learners with adequate skills to teach young children. For this to happen the curriculum in place for both public and private institutions that train pre-primary school (PPS) teachers should enable the trainers to instill the necessary content and pedagogical skills to help them bring out the expected outcomes among the learners. An important aspect in pre-primary school teacher training is the use of instructional media (IM) by the tutors to reinforce learning. Such instructional media include three dimensional objects, for example realia, specimens, models, television boxes, audio-visuals, projectors, graphic designs, template maps, chalk boards, digital equipment among others. Ogunranti and Ihongbe (1981), define visual aids as any picture, model, object or device which provides tangible visual experience to the learner purposely for introducing, building up and enriching ideas. They add that it clarifies difficult notions which could otherwise be difficult to explain. However, the unskilled use of visual aids can do more harm than good, resulting in waste of time for both the teacher and the learner. Therefore, during the training of preprimary school teachers it is important to equip them with all skills, knowledge, pedagogy and rudiments about how instructional media can help the teacher make the delivery of instruction successful with learners.

Statement of the Problem

The Impact of instructional media in early childhood teacher training, makes learning interesting. This is because it helps the trainee teacher clarify abstract concepts to the young children who are in their formative years. However, studies show that pre-primary school teachers exhibit low utilization of instructional media during teaching possibly emanating from their pre-primary school teacher learning experience (Aila, 2005, Mwololo,2009) . On the other hand, if student teachers in pre-primary school training colleges are to become confident and competent utilizers of different instructional media in their own classes, then they need to have witnessed their tutors using the instructional media in training them.

Purpose of the Study

The purpose of this study was to establish the impact of instructional media by pre-primary school colleges tutors to provide quality training. The study also determined the weighting of the availability of instructional media, attitude towards instructional media and tutor motivation on utilization of instructional media by pre-primary school college tutors

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