A STUDY ON TEACHING APTITUDE AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF TTIs UNDER SAMBALPUR UNIVERSITY
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 7438-7444
AbstractTraining is a boon for humanity's blessing. The contribution of education is every creation and growth of human society and civilization. In the world's eyes, Indian education took its place. India was renowned for both its education and Indian philosophy. Education was according to different strata of the society but now with the modernization and westernization the entire concept of education has changed. Today’s society is living developing, thriving, competing and improving on the pivot of knowledge. To satisfy the needs of students of 21st century new experimentations, creative innovations and appropriate strategies are being developed and tried out to improve education at all levels. The researchers also attempted to analyse the impact of academic achievement on the pupil teaching skills in this study. The study was conducted in four TTIs which come under Sambalpur University. Sample of the present study constitute of 200 student teachers from four Teacher Training Institute (TTIs) under Sambalpur University. However, the sample is chosen on the basis of two grounds i.e. Sex and Stream. Thus, out of total 200 student teachers 100 are male and 100 are female when divided on the basis of sex and when chosen on the basis of stream we can find 100 from arts stream and 100 from science stream. Teaching Aptitude Test Battery which is a readymade tool prepared by RIE, Bhubaneswar and achievement score obtained by B.Ed students in their graduation exam are used as tools of data collection in the present study. The Teaching Aptitude Test Battery Scale of RIE, Bhubaneswar contained 60 statements or items. The scoring was done by using Five point rating scale (1,2,3,4 and 5).For analysis and interpretation of data the researcher has used descriptive statistics like Mean and Standard Deviation and inferential statistics like t-test and Karl Pearson’s Product moment co-relation.
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