ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE OF INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING AND STRATEGIES OF PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS
The research was conducted to assess the knowledge of instructional planning and strategies of pre-service teachers. This variable was restrained through questionnaire which was entailed of 15 items. The purposive sampling technique was used to select the sample (123female 29 male=152). The data were treated for missing and aberrant values. The descriptive and inferential statistics was used to calculate, mean, standard deviation, and the independent sample t-test. Results of the study were that the desired level of perceived knowledge of instructional planning and strategies was low from optimal level. It was also concluded that the female prospective teachers had better knowledge of instructional planning and strategies as compared to male prospective teachers. This study would contribute to improve the teachers’ quality by providing information about the level of achievement of knowledge of instructional planning and strategies.