Effects of Teaching Methods, Gender and School Location on the Performance of Secondary School Students in Mathematics
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Abstract

This study was carried out to investigate the effects of teaching methods (Discovery and lecture method), gender, and school location on the performance of secondary school students in mathematics.

A proportionate random sample of 356 senior secondary students was drawn from 20 secondary schools from Kano central senatorial zone using Morgan and Krejcie (1970) table for determining sample size.

The sample was drawn from urban/rural dichotomy and gender-wise. The sampled students were put into two groups i.e. experimental and control groups. Four different mathematics topics were taught to both groups using discovery and lecture methods for experimental and control groups respectively.

Introduction

Mathematics being the pivot at which all the sciences are turning and the remarkable role it plays in sciences and technology, especially during this era of the computer age, made it necessary to include in the mathematics curriculum a wide range of activities that could be applied to solve scientific and other related problems

The vital role played by mathematics in sciences and technology coupled with changes in our modern society called for the reposition of mathematics education so as to keep abreast with these changes in our contemporary society.

Upon all attempts by various governments to popularize the teaching and learning of mathematics, poor results were and are still being recorded in our secondary schools through universities. This is an indication that something has gone wrong in teaching mathematics.

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