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Effect of Joyful Teaching on Grade IV Students ‟ Academic Performance in Science

@inproceedings{Proity2015EffectOJ,
  title={Effect of Joyful Teaching on Grade IV Students ‟ Academic Performance in Science},
  author={Sajia Husain Proity},
  year={2015}
}
The purpose of the study is to investigate the effect of joyful teaching on students’ academic performance in general science at primary level. A quantitative (experimental) research design was used to achieve the purpose of this study. A classroom experiment was conducted where participants were 40 students from grade IV in one school of Dhaka city. The data gathering procedure included a test question. Findings revealed that joyful teaching instructed students had higher scores on the… 

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