Using of Inclusive Education to Enhance the Teaching of Chemistry to the Visually Impaired Students in Secondary Schools

Omiko, A
2017 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EMERGING TRENDS IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY  
This study focused on the use of inclusive education to enhance the teaching of chemistry to the visually impaired students in Ebonyi State of Nigeria. Three research questions and two hypotheses guided the study. Questionnaire was the instrument used for data collection while mean and standard deviation were the statistical tools used in the data analysis. The results of the data analysis revealed that visually impaired students are excluded from the study of chemistry, because it deals with
more » ... use it deals with physical and dangerous chemicals and it is also practical oriented. Based on the findings, the researcher made the following recommendations; chemistry teacher and the government should provide good and enabling environment for inclusive education, the science (chemistry) teachers should ensure the use of better classroom strategy which would give every learner equal opportunity to learn and practice what he/she has learnt in chemistry.
doi:10.18535/ijetst/v4i5.03 fatcat:er4kr2woybasllnrczeakzkatq