Abstract or Introduction
The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of visual aids in enhancing teaching and learning process in public secondary schools in Ilemela Municipality, Tanzania. Specifically, the study sought to describe visual aids used by teachers during the teaching and learning process and to find out the views of teachers and students about the effects of using visual aids in the teaching and learning process. The study was guided by Skinner's instructional theory (1974). A mixed research approach was employed, under which the convergent parallel research design was used.
A sample size of 111 participants was selected, including students, teachers, school academic masters, heads of schools, and school quality assurance officers were involved in order to provide the required information. Data was collected through questionnaires and interview guides. The quantitative data was analysed using SPSS version 20 and presented on tables in frequencies and percentages, while the qualitative data was coded and analysed thematically.
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- Prospery Mwila (Author), 2021, Effects of Visual Aids in Enhancing Teaching and Learning Process in Public Secondary Schools, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/1250185