Impact of Implementing the Curriculum Instructions to achieve National Objectives in Science Subjects through Teaching Learning Process
Author(s) : Zahid Hussain, Ishrat Siddiqa Lodhi, Hassan Danial Aslam, Jam Muhammad Zafar & Muhammad Shakir
Purpose of the study was to analyze the impact of adopting curriculum instruction to achieve national objectives through teaching learning process in secondary schools. Population of the study comprised of all the secondary school science teachers and secondary school science students of government sector. Sample of the study consisted on one hundred and eighty (180) secondary school science teachers and one thousand seven hundred and forty (1740) secondary school science students. The study was delimited to only science teachers and students of science classes of government secondary schools. The questionnaires one, each for science teachers and science students were used as research tools. After pilot testing the researcher personally visited the selected secondary schools and collected data from the respondents in six (06) districts. The collected data was analyzed through using frequency, percentage, simple mean and other relevant statistical formulas. In the light of research findings it was concluded that conventional method was commonly adopted to teach science classes in most of the government secondary schools. The study recommended that new scheme of studies, innovative teaching methods for science subjects, availability of resource materials and digital technology should be reconsidered on top priority.
Keywords: Executing curriculum scheme, national objectives, teaching learning environment, teaching methods.