Using Simulation Games Strategy in Teaching Social Studies in Upper Basic Level by Sunday Obro from Delta State investigates the effect of simulation games strategy on academic performance of students in secondary school Social Studies. The authors used 50-items multiple-choice Social Studies Achievement Test (SSAT) to collect data. The result of the study showed that simulation games instructional strategy enhanced students’ performance in the social studies classroom. Based on the findings the authors recommended among that simulation games strategy should be used in teaching Social Studies.
Dr. Sunday Obro has a PhD in Social Studies from Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria. He currently teaches courses in Social Studies at College of Education, Koko Study Centre. His interests include Social Studies, instructional strategies, educational technology, curriculum.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Simulation games; Instructional Strategy; Social Studies; Academic Performance; secondary School.
EDUCATION / Teaching Methods & Materials / General