Analysis of Discrepancies between Skills acquired during Teacher Training Programs (B.Ed & M.Ed) and Skills required in actual Classroom
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Abstract of the thesis
This research has been designed to cover the following objectives (1) To find out the perceptions of teachers, head of schools and teacher trainers about essential classroom skills acquired by the trainee teachers. (2)To identify the essential classroom skills being stressed during the teacher training program. (3)To determine if there are discrepancies between skills being developed during the teacher training program and skills actually being used in the classroom. (4) To identify the problems in acquiring and implementing the essential classroom skills by the trainees teachers. (5) To determine if there are discrepancies between the perceptions of heads, teachers, teacher trainers and researcher’s classroom observations.
The technique of multistage sampling was used. At first two Provinces Punjab and K.P.K was chosen. Then five Districts were randomly chosen from the two provinces. Ten percent Govt. Secondary Schools and ten percent heads of Govt. Secondary Schools were chosen from each District. Two hundred and fifty teachers were selected as sample of convenience. Ten percent teachers were chosen from the sampled teachers for classroom observation so hundred teachers were selected for this purpose. An equal number of teacher trainers were taken from each District.
Three questionnaires were designed to get the responses of the teachers, heads, and teacher trainers about the skills acquired during the teacher training program B.Ed & M.Ed and skills required in actual classroom. A checklist was constructed to carry out classroom observation of the teachers teaching in the classroom and to see the difference of skills required and skills acquired. Data collected through research instruments was analyzed by using mean score, ttest, ANOVA and Tukey test.
It was concluded that majority of the teachers prepared the lesson objectives before going to their classes. Majority of the teachers lacked the skill of identifying misbehaviors. The teachers were trained in the traditional methods. The teacher training programs were heavily loaded with theoretical information and the teachers were unable to use modern methodologies.
It was recommended that the teacher training institutions be equipped with the latest technologies to equip the teachers with latest techniques and teaching methodologies. The teachers may be provided appropriate training in the area of classroom management and evaluation.
This thesis includes:
- QUESTIONNAIRE FOR TEACHERS
- QUESTIONNAIRE FOR HEADS
- QUESTIONNAIRE FOR TEACHER TRAINERS
- CHECK LIST FOR CLASSROOM OBSERVATION
Researcher of the Thesis
- Tehseen Akhtar
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