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Effective implementation of the curriculum is sine qua non to the realization of the goals of formal education in any discipline.
Curriculum evaluation is an essential step in the determination of the strength, weakness and the extent to which the objectives, goals and aims of the curriculum have been achieved.
Therefore, this study investigated lecturers’ and students’ evaluation of the Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) Physics Curriculum.
The study was conducted using descriptive survey method.
The target population for the study consisted of all the physics lecturers and students’ in colleges of education in Nigeria.
Sixty lecturers and 1128 students in 24 purposively selected colleges of education offering physics participated in the study.
The 24 purposively selected colleges of education spread across all the six geo-political zones of the Federation and consisted of both Federal and State colleges of education.
Two researcher-designed instruments were used to collect data, one for physics lecturers and the other for physics students, in terms of contexts, input, process and product using the Stufflebeam’s 2000 CIPP model.
Abdulrasaq Oladimeji Akanbi - Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.
D.) in Science Education, in the Department of Science Education, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria.
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