A STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL LEARNING AMONG PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Prof. Nagendra Singh, Manisha Agarwal

Abstract


The aim of this research was to study the prospective teachers of secondary school towards professional learning because these students in future have to promote interest in professional learning among the school pupils when they take up their jobs as teachers. The investigator studied the professional learning of prospective teachers of secondary school of Ajmer district. The data were gathered through professional learning from 640 prospective teachers of secondary school. The analysis of collected data was carried out with the help of ‘t’value. Descriptive Survey Method was used for this research study. The findings of the study were that majority of the prospective teachers were found to have favorable attitude towards professional learning . The research identify professional learning required for an effective teaching in schools according to changing scenario there is a need for change in character and structure of education.

Keywords


Professional Learning, Prospective Secondary School Teachers

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