EFFECT OF THINK-PAIR-SHARE STRATEGY ON SECONDARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT AND ACADEMIC SELF-ESTEEM IN FRACTIONS
This study investigated the effect of think-pair-share strategy on secondary school students’ achievement and self-esteem in fractions in Benue State. The sample for the study was 322 junior secondary I students from 8 selected schools in 4 Local Government Areas in Education Zone B. From each Local Government Area, 2 coeducational government secondary schools were selected and assigned to experimental and control groups respectively.
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