A STUDY OF TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN RELATION TO GENDER, LOCATION AND ACADEMIC STREAM

Mr. Mohanta Biswas

Abstract


The purpose of the study is to assess the teacher effectiveness of secondary and higher secondary school teachers. Survey method of research has been used in the present study. “Teacher Effectiveness Scale (2000)” developed by Dr.Umme Kulsum (Prof. of Bangalore University, Department of Education), was used for collecting the data. For this research study a sample of one hundred and thirty secondary and higher secondary school teachers were randomly selected in and around Nadia and Murshidabad districts of West Bengal by the investigator. The data was analyzed using mean, standard deviation and ‘t’- test. The research paper bring to light that the male school teachers and female school teachers do not differ significantly in their teacher effectiveness. The study uncover that there is a significant difference in teacher effectiveness among the school teachers with respect to locality, class handled (secondary and higher secondary) and academic streams (arts and science).


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Teacher Effectiveness, secondary school Teachers, higher Secondary School Teachers, Rural School Teachers , Urban School Teachers and Arts & Science School Teachers

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