IS THE TEACHERS TRAINING WILL IMPROVE THE SKILL AMONG STUDENTS: FACT OR TACT?

Dr. (Mrs). S. Jayalakshmi, Dr. K. Parthasarathy, Mrs. P. M. Aswini

Abstract


This study was conducted in few school teachers in Chennai City. The Chennai is the metro city, the mixed language group of teachers and students population is very high due to large software industry and manufacturing companies. The students are highly talented due to different type of exposures they got. Based on that the teachers also need to cherish and enrich their tact (skill) and knowledge according to the students competitive talents. Nowadays the majority of the school teachers are female. The teachers are not able to spend more time to equip their knowledge due to school working hours and simultaneously house hold activities.               Hence the training programme only the best platform to teachers to relax and polish their tact in a better way. Since this study focused on the training for teachers in-charge of Computer Science Programmes. The research method is survey method covers only 42 teachers in Chennai City. The ANOVA and t-test, group statistics were used to analyse and find the variation and difference between the independent and dependent variables. The overall results showed that the effectiveness of training programme is very good. In future, follow up is needed after the training programme.

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