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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 6, June 2021 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Analysis Of The Factors Faced By Female Teachers In Implementing Effective Styles Of Teaching In Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan

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AUTHOR(S)

Iram Ilyas, Rana Muhammad Amir, Saima Afzal, Toheed Qamar, Mona Alariqi, Waheedullah, Hafiz Ali Raza**

 

KEYWORDS

Teacher, Teaching, Styles, Female, Factors, learning.

 

ABSTRACT

Teachers are affected by internal and external factors as they face low salaries, students’ behavior, problems in the classroom, injured students with students fight, lack of skill, and other teachers' behavior. In the modern classroom, different teaching styles have been used, such as advanced techniques adopted by today's teachers: formal style, expert style, personal style, delegator style, and facilitator. From a total of 70 girls’ high schools in Faisalabad, four schools were selected randomly, and in these schools, 146 female teachers were teaching. The sample size was 106 female high school teachers. A structured questionnaire was used as a research tool for data collection. The collected data were analyzed through the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). The study concluded that in public high school teaching styles used by teachers in class include lecture method, demonstration, facilitator, hybrid, and group learning. During the class, the teachers face many difficulties such as large class sizes, language barriers, school-related programs, lack of discipline, lack of human resources, and social problems. According to this study, policies for a better school environment are a dire need to uplift the education standard and encouraging teachers for using an effective teaching style.

 

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