IMPROVING THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF FORM TWO ACCOUNTING STUDENTS OF TOASE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL IN APPLYING THE DOUBLE ENTRY PRINCIPLE THROUGH GROUP LEARNING TECHNIQUE
Isaac Ampofo Atta Junior, Isaac Ampofo Atta Senior, Beatrice Ampofo
Action research was used including quantitative research to help the research achieve the stated objectives. The sample size is 45 which was made up of 30 male students, 10 female students, and 5 accounting teachers. The problem under study used classroom tests, questionnaires, observation, and interviews as data collection instruments. Findings revealed that, for effective teaching and learning of the double-entry principle, the Group method is the best way for teaching. Teachers and students agreed that the use of group learning methods during teaching and learning will help improve the academic performance of the pupils. Students develop an interest in learning Accounting during the group learning method. The findings indicated that the use of group learning methods and to enhance teaching and learning will motivate students to learn Accounting and improve their academic performance by providing high classroom participation, a deeper understanding of concepts, and equip them with knowledge and skills.
Quantitative, group learning, academic, methods, high classroom.