The main objective of the paper was to determine the impact of the
study tour on students’ attitudes at secondary level. It was
experimental research study. The population for this research was comprised of
130 science students of 10th class chosen randomly from private institute of Okara
district located in division Sahiwal of Punjab province. Attitude to Science
Questionnaire (ASQ) containing content from physics was used as research
instrument. The validity of research instrument for this study was improved though
experts’ recommendations and the reliability
were found to be 0.81. It was very clear from the
findings that experimental group had positive
attitude towards science as compared to other
groups. It was also found that field trips promote
science attitude and develop positive interest of
the students in science. The school administration
may manage field trips for the promotion of
scientific attitude in the students.
Muhammad Shabbir Ali
Assistant Professor, Department of Education, University of Education, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
Assistant Professor, Department of Education, University of Okara, Punjab, Pakistan.
SST Science, School Education Department, Govt. Fazilka Islamia Model High School Pakpattan, Punjab, Pakistan.
Impact, Science Attitude, Physics, Field Trips, Experimental Group.