THE EFFECT OF M-LEARNING KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT, TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS AND THEIR INTERACTION ON PEDAGOGIC PERFORMANCE.
Keywords:M-LKM (Mobile-Learning Knowledge Management), Pedagogic Performance, Teacher Effectiveness, Teacher Trainees
This paper discusses implementation of mobile-learning knowledge management in teacher education for designing and delivering lessons during practice teaching for enhancing their pedagogical performance. Main objective of study was to study the effectiveness of Mobile- learning knowledge management on the pedagogic performance of teacher trainees. Sample chosen for the present study was 52 teacher trainees. For analysis of data ANOVA was applied and results were taken out subsequently. And findings suggest that knowledge management in M-learning enhance pedagogic performance of teacher trainees. Further findings revels that teacher effectiveness also affects performance i.e. effective teachers performs better as compare to less effective teacher in terms of mobile-learning based pedagogic performance. Results taken out from that data collected from schools students regarding the performance of teacher trainee’s revels that there was significant effect of teacher effectiveness on the pedagogic performance of teacher trainees.
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