Teachers’ Responsibility for Effective Learning Environment

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Proceedings of ‏The 2nd International Conference on Research in Teaching and Education

Year: 2020

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Teachers’ Responsibility for Effective Learning Environment

Muhammad Talat1*, Kamal Haider2, Shagufta Shahzadi3, 4Dr.Maroof Bin Rauf, 5Waqar Ahmed

 

ABSTRACT: 

Teachers’ role in any system of education is the back boon of development for any country and effective teaching should be expected for these teachers. A teacher is a symbol of honesty with his noble profession with kind caring and supportive attitude towards the successful transferring knowledge even the unsuitable circumstances and limited resources. Teaching according to the needs and modern requirements always remain on top priority for the honest and hardworking teacher, therefore, one can say the adjustment quality is the best skill for the teacher must be suited for any types of situations. The population of the study comprised of 150 teachers and students from private and government schools located in Karachi. A Likert scale has been used comprising 10 items; the data were analyzed through the chi-square test by the used of SPSS. All null hypotheses have been rejected. The results clearly showed that the teachers’ honesty, skills, training, and good salary packages are supportive ingredients for their efficiency.

Key words:Teachers, Responsibility, Effective, Learning, Environment

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Muhammad Talat

Lecturer, Department of Education, University of Loralai, Pakistan

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Kamal Haider

Asst. Prof. Chairman Departmentof Education (Abdul Haq Campus) Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology Karachi, Pakistan

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Shagufta Shahzadi

Prof Facultyof Education, University of Karachi, Pakistan

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Dr.Maroof Bin Rauf

Asst. Prof Faculty of Education, University of Karachi, Pakistan

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Waqar Ahmed

Research Scholar, Department of Education, University of Karachi, Pakistan

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