A SURVEY OF THE GUIDANCE NEEDS OF THE UNTRAINED SCHOOL TEACHERS UNDERTAKING B.ED. PROGRAM AT GOVERNMENT COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, MUMBAI
Keywords:Guidance, domains, highly true, mostly true, quite true, not true
This study was undertaken with the sole purpose of finding out whether the untrained but experienced primary and secondary school teachers working in Mumbai district, undertaking the Program in Education as a compulsory fulfillment of their qualifications as required by the state, feel the need of guidance and counselling. It was assumed that maybe on account of their actual teaching experience the schoolteachers may not feel the need to seek guidance, training, counselling on various aspects related to students, teachers, parents, curricular and other allied activities. It was however found that the although the untrained schoolteachers did not feel the need for guidance as pressing, urgent but did feel the need for it. Results obtained have demonstrated that there were statistically high significant differences between male and female respondents when selecting certain options (highly needed) on the much needed continuum and not so significant differences when choosing options that fell on the not-needed continuum. Overall, the sample, howsoever variably did accept the need of getting guidance on 65 issues listed in the inventory.
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