Asian Journal of Education and Social Studies, 2581-6268,Vol.: 2, Issue.: 3
Comparative Study of Teaching Styles of Various School Groups at Secondary Level in District Chiniot of Punjab
Qaisar Abbas1* and Shafqat Hussain2 1Government College University, Faisalabad, Pakistan. 2Department of Education, Government College University, Faisalabad, Pakistan.
Qaisar Abbas1* and Shafqat Hussain2
1Government College University, Faisalabad, Pakistan.
2Department of Education, Government College University, Faisalabad, Pakistan.
(1) Ana Sofia Pedrosa Gomes dos Santos, Assistant Professor, Faculdade de Motricidade Humana, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal.
(1) Ekemini t. Akpan, University of Uyo, Nigeria.
(2) Costică Lupu, University "Vasile Alecsandri" Bacau, Romania.
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Teaching style involves students in the learning process and assists them to improve critical thinking abilities. Customary teaching styles have progressed with the arrival of distinguished teaching, stimulating teachers to modify their teaching styles towards pupils’ learning requirements. The present study was intended to compare teaching styles of teachers working in various school groups at secondary level in district Chiniot. The main objective which was probed by the respondents to discover teaching styles of public and private secondary school groups. The sample of 240 teachers of 24 public and private secondary schools was selected randomly. A questionnaire developed and used by Grasha  in many countries, was used as research instrument to collect data. The responses were analyzed through SPSS (V-20) to find out Mean, Standard Deviation, and Frequency Distributions for the description of data. Values of t-test were also noted to measure significant difference among various variables related to research questions. It was concluded by analysis that there were five teaching styles found in public and private school groups. It was revealed that in public and private school groups there was no significant difference observed on expert, facilitator and delegator teaching styles. Only significant difference was found on formal authority and personal model teaching styles in favour of public school groups.
Teacher; teaching styles; secondary level.
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DOI : 10.9734/AJESS/2018/40360Review History Comments