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Title: Impact of USAID Tearcher Education Project on the Development of Teacher Education at Elementary Level
Authors: Hussain, Shakeel
Keywords: Education
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Gomal University, D.I.Khan.
Abstract: The study aims to see the perceptions of stakeholders (HODs, teachers & students) about USAID Teacher Education Project on the upgrading of elementary education in Southern districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. All HODs, teachers and students of twenty RITE and nine Institutes of Teacher Education constituted the population of the study. The sample was selected through stratified random sampling technique. Two questionnaires were developed which were made valid and reliable through proper process. One questionnaire was meant for HODs and teachers and the other questionnaire was intended for students. Both the tools were consisted of two parts, the 1st part included demographic information and the 2nd part research variables. Hypotheses were developed in line with these objectives. The responses were collected, tabulated and analyzed through SPSS, one sample t test; independent sample t test and ANOVA were used as statistical analysis. The three respondents HODs, teachers and students showed significant views about physical facilities, curriculum, teaching methods, assessment techniques, practicum activities and refresher courses. Demographic variable wise, there was no significant difference of opinion i.e. gender, age and professional qualification. There was no significant difference between the views of HODs of both the institute. Teacher of RITE and IER showed no significant difference in their views about all the variables. Students showed difference of opinions regarding physical facilities. Similarly significant difference was found in student‘s views regarding B.Ed (Hons) and ADE curriculum, Method of teaching, assessment and practicum. Qualification wise significant difference was found among the student‘s views regarding physical facilities, B.Ed (Hons) and ADE curriculum, Method of teaching and assessment. The study recommends the newly introduced teacher education programs to be adopted in the TTIs for giving the track to teacher education. These programs need to be included in service structure for recruitment of teachers at elementary level.
Gov't Doc #: 18675
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