A STUDY OF TEACHERS ATTITUDE TOWARDS TEACHING PROFESSION
Keywords:Attitude, Teachers, Teaching profession
The Present Study was focused on study of teachers’ attitude towards teaching profession The teachers are artists at recognizing, encouraging, and developing the normal desires of children to understand and make intelligent use of things that appear to concern them. Teachers' attitudes directly affect students' attitudes are in turn, influenced by their culture and belief system. The subject of the research concerns the attitude of teachers’ towards teaching profession. This study was conducted on 40 teachers. The teacher attitude inventory (TAI) developed by S.P. Ahluwalia (1971) is used which covers all the major factors of the attitude of teachers in Indian schools. The study concluded that there is no significant difference in the attitude of Government and Private school teachers.
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