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study tour 2019

05-07-2019
Introduction: In teaching and learning processes in Primary Schools, fieldwork has been observed as a “sine qua non” aspect of teaching because it fosters and even enhances observational skills and critical thinking ability in the Pupils. Fieldwork involves the study of phenomenon in the actual site (in situ) of the occurrence of the phenomena; hence it entails actual geographical study or work carried out in the field. It is usually any outdoor lesson which enables the learners the opportunity to observe physically and practically what they have learnt in-door.
 
Participants: The trip comprised 32 standard seven pupils and 12 staff.

Visited sites: Pupils and staff visited two sites: KondoaIrangiKolo Cave paintings Historical Site and Tanzania National Parliament both in Dodoma Region - Tanzania

Purpose of the studt tour: The purpose of the study tour was to affords the learners opportunity to observe physically, the phenomena that they have learnt in the classroom and to enable them to see physically and practically new things that the guides introduces to them, as well as to enhance the development of the learners’ ability to observe vividly and to familiarize with the events or phenomena within Tanzania National Parliament and KondoaIrangiKolo Cave Paintings.
 
Dr Jonas Michael
head of Ngorika school
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