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Title: A study of professional commitment in relation to thinking style, job values and teacher’s effectiveness of teachers working in teacher training institutions of Haryana
Researcher: Ajay Kumar
Guide(s): Sangwan, Sushila
Keywords: Education
professional commitment
Teaching
Upload Date: 3-Apr-2013
University: Maharshi Dayanand University
Completed Date: 2012
Abstract: Effective school education anticipates effective teacher education. In making teacher education truly effective and functional, the role of teacher educators is most crucial. It is universally recognized that the onus of the quality of education of teachers rests squarely on the teacher educators. The present investigation was intended to study the professional commitment in relation to thinking style and teachers effectiveness of teachers working in teachers training institutions of Haryana. For the purpose, a sample of 350 teachers, teaching in teacher s training institutions of four districts namely Panipat and Kurukshetra (Ambala Division), Rewari and Gurgaon (Gurgoan Division), Jind and Bhiwani (Hisar Division) and Rohtak and Jhajjar (Rohtak Division) of Haryana was randomly selected. Professional Commitment Scale (PCS) by Kanchan Kohli, Job Value Questionnaire (JVQ) by Seema Sanghi, Teachers Effectiveness Scale (TES) by Dr. Pramod Kumar and Dr. D.N. Mutha and Thinking Style Questionnaire (TSQ) made by Investigator himself were used to collect the data. The major findings of the study were : It has been found that out of 100, 33 percent teachers of teacher training institutions are highly committed to their profession while 38 percent has been found to be moderately committed and small number of them i.e. 29 percent are less committed. It has been found that out of 100, 46 percent teachers of self finance teacher training institutions are highly committed to their profession while 36 percent has been found to be moderately committed and small number of them i.e. 18 percent are less committed. It has been found that out of 100, 16 percent teachers of Govt./Govt. aided teacher training institution are highly committed to their profession while 43 percent has been found to be moderately committed and 41 percent of them are less committed. There is significant positive correlation exists between the professional commitment and teacher s effectiveness of the teachers working in teacher training institutions.
Pagination: 200p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/7923
Appears in Departments:Department of Education

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