Volume 2, Issue 7
Frequency: 12 Issue per year
Paper Submission: Throughout the Month
Acceptance Notification: Within 2 days
Areas Covered: Multidisciplinary
Accepted Language: Multiple Languages
Journal Type: Online (e-Journal)
Abstract The purpose of the study was to explore the relationship between teacher effectiveness and attitude towards their teaching profession. A total number of 200 government and private secondary school teachers were participated in the study. To collect the sample Teacher Effectiveness Scale by Dr. Pramod Kumar and D.N Murtha (1999) and Teacher Attitude Scale by Dr. Pradeep Kumar (2012) were used. Result showed that there was no relationship between Academic, Social, Emotional, Personality (dimensions of teacher effectiveness) and attitude towards teaching of school teachers. No significant difference was found in the dimensions of teacher effectiveness (Professional, Social, Emotional, Moral, and Personality) of Government and Private school teachers. The Government and Private school teacher possesses almost same level on these dimensions (Professional, Social, Emotional, Moral, and Personality) of teacher effectiveness. A significant difference was found in one dimension of teacher effectiveness (i.e. Academic) of Government and Private school teachers. It concluded that there was significant difference in attitude towards teaching of Government and Private school teachers which showed that the Private school teachers have more positive attitude in their teaching as compare to Government school teachers. The study shows that Teachers belonging to Private schools are more efficient in their teaching profession.
Keywords: Teacher Effectiveness, Teacher Attitude, Social, Emotional, Moral, Personality.