A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF VALUES, ‘SELF-CONCEPT’, CREATIVITY AND ANXIETY IN THE MALE AND FEMALE TRAINEE TEACHERS STUDYING IN JR. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (D. T. ED.)

Mrs. Vandana R. Bhende, Dr. Suhas R. Patil

Abstract


Objectives: The main objective of the study is to find out the values, self-concept, creativity and anxiety among Jr. College of Education trainee teacher. This study will focus on comparison between the male and female trainee teacher about the values, self-concept, creativity and anxiety.

Methodology: This research was done on the basis of Descriptive method. The investigator refers normative survey for study.

Tools: The tools used for the study was questionnaire PVQ by Dr. Mrs. G. P. Sherry and Prof. R. P. Verma, SCQ by R.K.Saraswat, TCW by Dr. Baquer Mehndi and SCAT by A. K. P. Sinha and L.N.K. Sinha.

Findings:

There is significant difference in total number of values between the male and female trainee teachers of D. T. Ed. Colleges. Males have greater number of values than the females. There is significant difference in physical self-concept between the male and female trainee teachers of D. T. Ed. Colleges. The physical self-concept of female is more clear than male comparatively. Female trainee teachers of D. T. Ed. Colleges have greater moral self-concept than the male trainee teachers. Male trainee teachers of D. T. Ed. Colleges have greater intellectual self-concept than the female trainee teachers. There is similarity between the male and female trainee teachers of D. T. Ed. Colleges with regard to Fluency, Flexibility and Originality of creative thinking. There is similarity between the male and female trainee teachers of D. T. Ed. Colleges in terms of the Comprehensive Anxiety Test.


Keywords


Values, Self-concepts, Creativity, Anxiety, Trainee Teachers.

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