Effectiveness of 5E Model in Teaching Geography on the Achievement of Upper Primary School Students

Amrutajyoti Mohanty
Research Scholar Department of Education Maharaja Sriram Chandra Bhanja Deo University, Odisha e-mail: amrutamadam92@gmail.com, Mobile no: 7873024757

Author/Co-Author 1

Dr. Sanjay Kumar Dey
Associate Professor, UGCTE, Baripada, Odisha

Author/Co-Author 2

Prof. Bijay Kumar Mohanty Professor, UGCTE, Baripada, Odisha
Professor, UGCTE, Baripada, Odisha
Abstract: The objective of the study is; (i) to study the effectiveness of 5E Model in teaching Geography on the achievement of upper primary school students. A sample of 84 students of class VII was purposively selected for the purpose of experimentation. There were 44 students in the experimental group and 40 students in the control group. In this study two groups pre-test post-test parallel form design was used. Self made Achievement Test was used for the purpose of collection of data. Findings of the study revealed that; (i) the 5E Model is more effective than traditional method in the Achievement of upper primary school students.