Teaching Grammar through Inductive Approach and Competence of Prospective Teachers

Abstract
In Pakistan, traditional grammar teaching is not fruitful as students are not
performing better. It was needed to find new grammar teaching method.
So, the study aimed to see the effect of inductive grammar teaching
approach on the teaching competence of prospective teachers. The study
was quasi experimental by design. The major hypothesis of the study was
the difference of observed grammar teaching competence of the
prospective teachers taught grammar through inductive teaching approach
and traditional teaching is not significant.

Sahibzada Shamim-ur-Rasul,Mushtaq Ahmad,Misbah Iqbal

Relationship between Teacher Educators’ Emotional Intelligence and their Teaching Practices

Abstract

The preparation of prospective teachers (PTs) significantly depends on teacher educators. Teacher educators’ responsibility is to teach studentcentered teaching practices to PTs and model those practices in their classrooms. Teachers having higher emotional intelligence (EI) usestudent-centered teaching practices in their classrooms. Using adescriptive approach, this study focused on two aspects (i) documenting the level of EI of teacher educators and their practices in the Pakistani context, and (ii) finding out the relationship between teacher educators’ EI and their teaching practices

Maleeha Hammad,Samina Naseem



The Assessment of Secondary School Teachers’ Performance: Perceptions of Teachers and Principals in Lahore, Pakistan

Abstract

In education responsibility and accountability [performance assessment] has an irrefutable relationship that affects the working of both the teachers, principals, and other stakeholders. The traditional context of accountability is external but now there is a need to rethink accountability in a democratic way. The study objective was to compare the eachers’ and principals of secondary schools for the performance assessments. Its objectives were to
compare the assessments of heads and teachers about academic qualifications, professional degrees, and performance of teachers. The study was based on a positivist paradigm.

Ummara Saher,Abida Nasreen,Shazia Ansari



Assessing the Impact of School Type, Gender and Age on Attitude and Mathematics Achievement of Senior Secondary School Students

Abstract

The current research explores politeness strategies employed by the teachers for successful elicitation of language from children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Data of the study is collected from classroom interaction of 13 verbally autistic children having bilingual background. After building the corpus, data is transcribed and analyzed on the basis ofthe theoretical framework proposed by Brown and Levinson (1978).

Adekunle Thomas Olutola, Mayowa Olurotimi Ogunjimi, Dorcas Sola Daramola


Politeness Strategies Performed by Teachers: A Case of Assisting Elicitation in Children with Autism

Abstract

The focus of the study is to assess the impact of school type, gender and age on attitude and mathematics achievement of senior secondary school (SSS) students in Lagos State, Nigeria. A survey research design was used
in the study. Twenty-four randomly selected SSS comprised of twelve public and twelve private schools were used in the study. Randomlyselected seven hundred and twenty (720) SSS two students were involved in the study. ‘Mathematics Achievement Test’ (MAT) and ‘Students Attitude Scale’ (SAS) with Kuder Richardson (KR-20) and test-test
reliability coefficient of 0.85 and 0.87 respectively were used to obtaindata for the study. T-test and Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) statistics were used to analyse the data collected

Huma Batool,Tehmina Farrukh,Sadia Irshad

Impact of Blended Approach on Students’ Academic Achievement at Intermediate Level in the Elective Subject of Education


Abstract
The study was to analyze the impact of the Blended Approach on Student’s Academic Achievement at intermediate level in the elective subject of Education. The pretest, post-test research equivalent group design was selected for the collecting of data. The total students studying in the 11th class in Islamabad Model College for Girls F 6/2 Islamabad were served as available population of study for experiment.

Rahila Anjum,Muhammad NaeemullahSufi Amin

An Insight into the Instructional Practices of Girls’ Single Teacher Schools

Abstract
In rural areas of Pakistan, enrollment in schools remains low due to low population, therefore, students in most of the school from Zero to 5th class sit together in either one room or two and are taught by a single teacher. Teacher training institutes provide training of mono-grade teaching strategies. Teachers trained in mono-grade teaching practices, after qualifying Government job are posted in multi-grade setup of rural areas. They start learning on how to frame instructional practices of mono grade teaching to apply in multi grade set up.

Mona Rafiq,Nasser Ud Din

Exploration of Constructive Learning through Science
Curriculum at Primary Level

Abstract

Constructivist education embodies the ideals of cognitive conflict and resolution through intervention. Science is the study of physical environment through observation and personal experience. Our national educational policies have many times reiterated the importance and promotion of the scientific and technological education. The aim of this
research was to explore grade 5 science curriculum of private schools in Abbottabad and highlight constructive elements of impact, elicitation, intervention, reformulation, and reflection listed by Ross, Lakin and McKechnie (2010). The elements were searched in the four major components of the curriculum namely: objectives, contents, methodology and evaluation.

Alia Aslam,Tahira Bibi,Abstract

Fostering Interaction between Project Students and
Supervisors in Distance Learning Mode

Abstract

In distance learning, students and teachers are separated by time and space due to which they suffer problems with interaction. The students, particularly, who are employed face problems with interactions mostly. They had trouble communicating with the research supervisors due to their professional commitments. To address this issue with research projects students; Department of Psychology at Virtual University of Pakistan intervened and offered special interactive activities i.e., Adobe sessions and Skype calls for project students.

Hussnain Mustafa Khalid,Najma Najam

University Teachers’ Relationship with Students for
Effective Classroom Environment

Abstract

Quality in university education is a broad concept which covers all the related functions and events that form part of the educational life in a university system. The persistence of this study was to determine the university teachers’ relationship with students for developing effective classroom environment with respect to four categories of classroom
process, differential behavior, relationship quality and attention. Higher education students were the population of this study, whereas the target population consisted of university students enrolled in BS and Master’s programs of Business Administration, Economics and Computer Science. Program wise target population for four universities was identified as 10420 students. Purposive sampling technique was applied to select the final semester students of three departments.

M. Imran Yousuf,Ammara Ajaib

JCTE, Vol.4 2020

Digital Transformation of Teacher Education by Bridging Digital Divide between Teacher Educators and Prospective Teachers

Aysha Khalil,Nasim Ishaq &Andayani Boedihartono   

Students’ Discipline Problems and Classroom anagement Strategies to Cope with the Problems: Teachers’ Perspective

Maqsood Ahmed & Ishtiaq Hussain
  

Is Theory Really Different from Practice? (A Reflection Further Explored Based on Expert Opinion

Muhammad Rizwan Saleem Sandhu

An Assessment of Stipulated Processes and Rate of compliance by Private Schools for the Establishment of Private Secondary Schools in Kaduna State, Nigeria

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Olomola Olubunmi Samson & Mohammed Umar Sanda

Development and Application of Structural Communication Grid Tests for Diagnosing Students’ Misconceptions in the Subject of Biology at Secondary Level

Shahzad Ahmad & Sadia Jamil

Perceptions of High School Head Teachers about Improving the High School Teachers Performance through High-Performance Work System

Shamsa Parveen & Shamim Haider Tirmizi

Examining the Role of Teachers in the Provision of Guidance and Counselling at Secondary School Level

Tahir Mehmood & Rahmat Ullah Bhatti