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dc.contributor.authorTambo, Emmanuel Mark Zororo
dc.identifier.citationTambo, EMZ (2003) Assessing Gender Differences in A-level Biology Students' Perception of Laboratory Environments in Zimbabwean Schools, ZJER vol. 15, no.2. Harare, Mt. Pleasant: HRRC.en_GB
dc.descriptionA ZJER article on gender differences.en_GB
dc.description.abstractThis study assessed gender differences of Zimbabwean A-level students’ perceptions about their actual and preferred biology laboratory environments in relation to cohesiveness, openness, integration between theory and laboratory work, management of laboratory work and the material environment. The Science Laboratory Environment Inventory (SLEI) was used to collect data from a total of 68 students (40 male and 28 female) attending metropolitan High Schools. Results obtained indicated that both female and male students prefer less cohesiveness than there is in current laboratory environments. Both sexes would however prefer more openness and a more conducive material environment. The situation is more pronounced for girls. Females prefer more integration and less controlled management of activities than male students.en_GB
dc.publisherHuman Resources Research Centre (HRRC); University of Zimbabween_GB
dc.subjectScience and Societyen_GB
dc.titleAssessing Gender Differences In A-Level Biology Students’ Perceptions Of Laboratory Environments In Zimbabwean Schoolsen_GB
dc.rights.holderUniversity of Zimbabween_GB

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