STUDY OF TEACHING PERFORMANCE AMONG GOVERNMENT HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS

Mr. Mahesh H. M., Dr. K. B. Praveena

Abstract


The purpose of this study was to find out the teaching performance of government higher secondary school teachers. The data was collected on 30 teachers in working in government higher secondary schools. Collected data was analyzed with the help of  ‘ t ’ test and ANNOVA. The result shows that teachers of higher secondary schools teaching performance is ‘moderate’ , Further the study indicates that there is no significance between male and female, rural and urban and low, average and high experience teachers secondary schools. 


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Secondary schools teachers, teaching performance and government higher secondary schools.

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