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A Comparative Study of Teaching Attitude among Private and Government Secondary School Teachers


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The present research investigation is aimed to make a comparative study of teaching attitude among private and government secondary school teachers. It was hypothesized that private school teachers would have better teaching attitude as compared to government school teachers. The sample of the present investigation comprises N= 300 senior secondary schoolteachers, 150 each from private and government schools. In each group there were 75 male and 75 female teachers. The respondents were randomly selected from different private and government secondary schools of Aligarh. The age of the respondents was found to be ranges between 22-50 years. Teaching attitude of the respondents was assessed by Teacher attitude scale by J.0 Goyal (1984). The reliability and validity of this scale is well established. For analyzing the data and obtaining the appropriate results t-test was used. The teaching attitude was found to be statistically significant. The findings of the present research have far-reaching implications in the current world of educational development.

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Teaching Attitude, Teachers
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Zeenat Zahoor
Department of Psychology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, UP, India
Abu Sufiyan Zilli
Department of Psychology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, UP, India

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The present research investigation is aimed to make a comparative study of teaching attitude among private and government secondary school teachers. It was hypothesized that private school teachers would have better teaching attitude as compared to government school teachers. The sample of the present investigation comprises N= 300 senior secondary schoolteachers, 150 each from private and government schools. In each group there were 75 male and 75 female teachers. The respondents were randomly selected from different private and government secondary schools of Aligarh. The age of the respondents was found to be ranges between 22-50 years. Teaching attitude of the respondents was assessed by Teacher attitude scale by J.0 Goyal (1984). The reliability and validity of this scale is well established. For analyzing the data and obtaining the appropriate results t-test was used. The teaching attitude was found to be statistically significant. The findings of the present research have far-reaching implications in the current world of educational development.

Keywords


Teaching Attitude, Teachers