The study evaluated the effectiveness of instructional delivery in public primary schools in Ogun State, Nigeria. It adopted the descriptive survey design. 70 Primary Class 3 teachers, one from each of the 70 randomly sampled public primary schools in the state participated in the study. An observatory instrument, the Teacher-Pupil Interaction Observation Sheet (TPIOS) was used to obtain data. Data gathered were analysed using frequency count, percentage, mean and standard deviation. The results show that public primary schools in Ogun State Nigeria were staffed by effective teachers who possessed the knowledge, skills and competences needed to ensure that pupils learn and grow academically, and develop personally in ways identified as desirable in the society and in the curriculum. The results also show that more still needed to be done by the teachers in the area of engaging the pupils in multi-sensory activities of touch, sight, and sound and providing them with opportunities to manipulate objects and interact actively with the learning environment to enhance learning outcomes.
Goke Jayesimi. Effectiveness of Instructional Delivery in Public Primary Schools in Ogun State,
Nigeria: An Evaluation. International Journal of Arts and Social Sciences Education, 2 (1&2), 59-64.