A STUDY ON EFFECTIVENESS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS
Keywords:Effectiveness, Secondary School, Government, Private, Science & Arts Teacher
Teacher effectiveness is one of the most important determining factors for the success of any institution. Teacher Training institutions are therefore organizing lot of activities for the development of teacher effectiveness among teacher trainees of various levels. The present study was conducted with the objectives to find out the level of teacher effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Kantapada block, to compare the teacher effectiveness of secondary school teachers with reference to gender (male / female), to compare the teacher effectiveness of secondary school teachers with reference to discipline (Science / Arts) & to compare the teacher effectiveness of secondary school teachers with reference to Management (Government / Private). The study revealed that more than 76 % of teachers possess the level of most effective teacher category. No significant difference was found between male and female secondary school teachers in relation to their teacher effectiveness. Further it was noticed that there was no significant different between science and arts secondary school teachers in relation to their teacher effectiveness. There exists no significant difference between govt. and private school teachers in relation to their teacher effectiveness.
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