DEVELOPMENT OF INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTIONAL PACKAGES IN CLOTHING AND TEXTILES CRAFTS FOR TEACHING HOME ECONOMICS STUDENTS IN COLLEGES OF EDUCATION IN NORTH CENTRAL STATES, NIGERIA

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The study developed Individualized Instructional Packages in Clothing and Textiles Crafts for teaching Home Economics students in Colleges of Education in North Central States, Nigeria.The study determined the following; objectives, tasks, material resources, step by step procedures, methods and evaluation activities, developed a draft based on feedback from specific purposes 1 – 6, validated the draft, revised the draft based on feedback from the validation and developed Individualised Instructional Packages in Clothing and Textiles Crafts. Eight research questions were answered by the study while eight null hypotheses were tested at 0.05 level of significance. The study adopted Research and Development (R and D) design. The study was carried out in five phases; Phase I determined the objectives, tasks, materials, step by step procedures, methods and evaluation activities to assess the objectives of each Clothing and Textiles Crafts. Phase II involved development of draft Individualized Instructional Packages in 12 Clothing and Textiles Crafts, Phase III validation of draft Individualized Instructional Packages, Phase IV testing for effectiveness of draft Individualized Instructional Packages and Phase V Revision of draft Individualized Instructional Packages. The study was conducted in North Central States, Nigeria. The population was 813 and in phases, phase I involved 813, Phase III 10 experts were involved while Phase 1V 630 students were involved. The sample size was 247 and in 3 phases; Phase I, 94 HECL, 75 FAAL, 14 MCM and 63 students. In phase III, 10 Validates comprising of 3 HECL, 5 FAAL, 2 MCM and phase 1V 63 students purposively sampled in the area of study. Six sets of instruments were used for Data collection, Clothing and Textiles Packages Development Questionnaire (CTCPDQ), Developed Individualised Instructional Packages in Clothing and Textiles Crafts (DIIPCTC), Validates Assessment Questionnaire (VAQ), 12 Conventional Lesson Notes (CLN), 12 Developed Individualised Instructional Lesson Notes (DIILN) and Students Performance Test (SPT). The instruments for CTCIIPDQ, PIIPCTC, VAQ, 12 Conventional Lesson Notes and 12 Developed Individualised Instructional Lesson Notes were subjected to face validation while SPT was subjected to content validation. Cronbach Alpha statistics was used to determine CTCIIPDQ which yielded reliability coefficient of 0.81, 0.77, 0.85, 0.81, 0.89 and 0.91. The data collected were analysed in phases; CTCIIPDQ and VAQ were analysed using mean and standard deviation while Hypotheses 1- 7 were analysed using ANOVA and that of SPT was analysed using ANCOVA at 0.05 level of significance. The result showed that students taught with the developed Individualised Instructional Packages in Clothing and Textiles Crafts had higher mean score (16.90>7.26). The major findings among others include: identification of 104 objectives, 89 tasks, 107 items on materials resources, 94 items on procedures, 8 items on methods of teaching and 98 self evaluation activities. Based on the findings of the study, Individualized Instructional Packages in Clothing and Textiles Crafts are suitable and very effective for teaching Clothing and Textiles Crafts to Home Economics students in Colleges of Education in North Central States, Nigeria. It was therefore, recommended among others that Home Economics lecturers should adopt the use of Individualised Instructional Packages in teaching Clothing and Textiles Crafts.

DEVELOPMENT OF INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTIONAL PACKAGES IN CLOTHING AND TEXTILES CRAFTS FOR TEACHING HOME ECONOMICS STUDENTS IN COLLEGES OF EDUCATION IN NORTH CENTRAL STATES, NIGERIA
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    Type Project
    Department Home Economics
    Project ID HOE0027
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    No of Pages 345 Pages
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