International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part C (2016)
Attitude of TET qualified lower primary school teachers’ towards teaching: A study in the Dhekiajuli elementary educational block
Nabanita Sarmah, Dr. Dulumoni Goswami
“Until and unless we have dedicated and committed teachers, who can take teaching as a mission in their lives, we cannot have a good educational system. Teacher should be the best minds in the country (Dr. S. Radhakrishanan).” The quality of teachers is, to large extent, determined by who are attracted to enter the profession and how they are trained. The community expects teachers to be highly subject- competent and proficient in pedagogy. Teacher’s success is determined not only by their skills and techniques of teaching but also by their personal qualities and ethics of teaching profession. So, a teacher should have constructive and encouraging attitude towards teaching because it makes works the work easier, gratifying and professionally rewarding. Primary education is the stepping stone for the progress of the educational system in the country. In this regard, Right to Education Act-2009 or The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act is an important attempt in our country. The present study is an attempt to study the level of attitude towards teaching among the TET qualified teachers and also to find out the rural-urban as well as gender differences in attitude among the TET qualified teachers towards teaching. The sample of the study comprised of 22 schools from both rural and urban areas from Dhekiajuli elementary educational block and to make equal or near equal number of sample 7% from rural area and 60% from urban area of the total population of TET qualified teachers were selected as sample. Descriptive survey method and stratified random sampling have been used. For the present study “Teacher’s Attitude Scale towards teaching and teacher student relationship by Dr. (Mrs.) Arti Anand (H.P), Prof. Harbans Singh (H.P), Dr. Vishal Sood (IGNOU). Data’s were analyzed by using descriptive statistics such as mean. Standard deviation etc. and inferential statistics such as t test, chi square etc. The result of the study revealed that there are differences in the levels of attitude among the TET qualified teachers’ towards teaching though no significant differences are found in locality and between male-female teachers.
How to cite this article:
Nabanita Sarmah, Dr. Dulumoni Goswami. Attitude of TET qualified lower primary school teachers’ towards teaching: A study in the Dhekiajuli elementary educational block. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(1):170-174.