INTERRELATIONSHIP AMONG TEACHING COMPETENCY AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHER EDUCATORS IN B.ED. COLLEGES

R. SIVAKUMAR, Dr. A.EDWARD WILLIAM BENJAMIN

Abstract


Thepresent study deals with the Interrelationship among Teaching Competency and Professional Development of Teacher Educators in B.Ed. colleges. The Investigators have randomly selected as Teacher Educators from Thirteen different Colleges of Education in Sivaganga districtof Tamilnadu as sample. The Teaching competency scale made by Investigatorand Professional Development scale standardized by Dr.Yodida Bhutia were used to collect the data. Statistical techniques used by Pearson’s product moment correlation and t-test were employed for analyzing the data. Results reveals that there isan interrelationship between teaching competency and professional development of teacher Educators in B.Ed. colleges. Hence the teacher Educators having positive influence on teaching competency showshigher relationship in their professional development. Also result revels that there is no significant difference between teaching competency and professional development of teacher educators in the sub categories sex andteaching of pedagogy subject and also reflect an evidence that there is a significant difference between the experience of below 5 years and above 5 years of teacher educators in B.Ed. 


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Interrelationship, Teaching Competency, Professional Development, Teacher Educators and B.Ed. Colleges.

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