Students’ Perception of Their Physics Teachers’ Classroom Practices

Maxwell, Dah

Mfantsipim School, Cape Coast, Ghana.

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The purpose of the study was to investigate students’ perception of their physics teachers’ classroom practices. The study was conducted in eight (8) senior high schools in the Hohoe Municipality in the Volta Region of Ghana. Descriptive cross-sectional survey design was employed in carrying out the study. A total sample of 200 senior high school physics students were involved in the study. A questionnaire consisting mainly of closed ended items was used in collecting data from respondents. Data collected was analysed using frequencies, percentages, mean and standard deviation. It was found that physics teachers do not often motivate students and make them appreciate the fact that the things they learn in physics are important. Based on the findings, it was recommended that physics teachers make learning of physics interesting by making students appreciate the importance of what they teach, often encourage students to study physics and also show interest in the overall success of their students.  

Keywords: Classroom practices, students’ perception, physics teacher

How to Cite

Dah, M. (2022). Students’ Perception of Their Physics Teachers’ Classroom Practices. Asian Journal of Research and Reviews in Physics, 6(2), 16–24.


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