Factors Influencing Teachers’ Implementation of Early Childhood Development Education Programme in Lugari District, Kenya

Abstract

This study sought to establish factors influencing teachers’ implementation of Early Childhood Development Education programmes in Lugari district. The study used descriptive survey design. Fredrick Froebel theory was used for the study. Using a sample of 15%, stratified and proportionate sampling techniques, a total of 61 ECDE centers and 89 ECDE teachers, 61 primary school head teachers were selected from the three divisions of Lugari district. The study established that there was low level of training among the ECDE teachers in the district and that some of the crucial educational resources were lacking in ECDE centres. The study recommended that ECDE trained teachers should be absorbed by the Teachers Service Commission and that public advocacy to inform parents about the positive impacts of ECDE pedagogy should be conducted.

 

Keywords: Early Childhood Development Education, Implementation, Lugari, Programme, Teachers

Article Review Status: Published

Pages: 11-26 (Download PDF)

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