Effective Strategies for Integrating Project Based Learning into Woodwork Technology Education and Understanding at Tertiary Institutes in Nigeria

International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

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Title Effective Strategies for Integrating Project Based Learning into Woodwork Technology Education and Understanding at Tertiary Institutes in Nigeria
 
Creator Isa, Muhammad Umar; Department of Technical and Engineering Education, School of Education, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, University Teknologi Malaysia
Kamin, Yusri Bin; Department of Technical and Engineering Education, School of Education, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, University Teknologi Malaysia
 
Subject Project Based Learning; Woodwork Technology Education; Tertiary Insti-tutes; Instructional Strategies; Instructional Approach; Education and Un-derstanding
 
Description The purpose of this examination is to research viable methodologies for in-corporating Project-based Learning (PoBL) in instructing and learning Woodwork Technology Education (WTE) at tertiary foundations in Nige-ria. A mixed-method approach including both quantitative and subjective technique was utilized for the investigation. The example of the examination involved 50 in-administration postgraduate understudies from Nigerian tertiary foundations concentrating Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in University Teknologi Malaysia for the quantitative perspective and 9 in-administration postgraduate understudies for the subjective part. A 16-thing organized poll was utilized for quantitative information accumulation while semi-organized meeting convention was utilized for subjective information gathering. Quantitative information was investigated utilizing SPSS programming variant 24 to process the rate and intend to demonstrate the degree of understanding or difference on things of the survey. NVIVO 12 was utilized for subjective data examination. Mem-ber check and pear questioning were utilized to build up the reliability of the interview convention. The principal discoveries of the examination un-covered that PoBL has not been embraced in WTE educating and learning at tertiary establishments of Nigeria, and the conventional instructional methodology including lecture, demonstration and task have been the instructional methodologies received. It was additionally uncovered from the discoveries that rebuilding of WTE educational plan at tertiary organizations in Nigeria to concentrate on a student-focused methodology, just as sorting out courses and workshops for WTE speakers to be familiar with the utilization of PoBL in WTE instructing and learning as a component of the successful techniques for incorporating PoBL in instructing and learn-ing WTE at tertiary establishments in Nigeria. PoBL is appropriate in the instructional procedures of courses like WTE which include intellectual and psychomotor aptitude procurement. At long last, the deficiencies of studies identifying with PobL in Nigeria illuminates the need to attempt this examination in WTE at tertiary organizations.
 
Publisher kassel university press GmbH
 
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Date 2019-10-18
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://online-journals.org/index.php/i-jet/article/view/11468
10.3991/ijet.v14i20.11468
 
Source International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET); Vol 14, No 20 (2019); pp. 120-136
1863-0383
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://online-journals.org/index.php/i-jet/article/view/11468/5984
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2019 Muhammad Umar Isa, Yusri Bin Kamin
 

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