PSYCHO - SOCIAL PROBLEMS AFFECTING PRACTICE TEACHING OF STUDENT TEACHERS OF B.ED., PROGRAMME WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PARENTS’ EDUCATION AND FAMILY TYPE

S. Thanalakshmi

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This study was conducted to find out Psycho - Social problems affecting Practice teaching of Student Teachers of B.Ed., Programme with special reference to Parents Education and family type. The present study consists of 1000 B.Ed., student Teachers undergoing Teacher training in B.Ed., Colleges in Chennai, Cuddalore, Thanjavur and Vellore Districts of Tamilnadu State. The sample was selected by using simple random sampling technique. Findings shows, moderate level of Teaching competency and B.Ed., Student Teachers have moderate level of Psycho-Social problems. There is a significant difference  among the sub-samples   of parents’ education (Illiterate/School Education /College Education with respect to their Teaching Competency and Psycho-Social problems. There is a significant difference between Family type of students with respect to their Teaching Competency and Psycho-Social problems. Further the r-value indicates significant and negative relationship between the variables- Teaching Competency and Psycho - Social problems.


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Student teachers, Psycho-social problems, Teaching practice

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