30Apr 2017


The study examined the teaching effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Mysuru city secondary schools. A descriptive research of the survey design was used in the study. The sample consisted of 100 students studying 9th standers at secondary schools. Stratified simple random sampling technique was used to select the sample. Data collected were analyzed using Percentage analysis, ‘t’ test and One way ANOVA. The two null hypothesis were formulated were tested at 0.05 level of significance. The study revealed that significant difference was found between male and female secondary school teachers with respect to their teaching effectiveness. Comparing the mean value it is found that female teachers have high level of teaching effectiveness when comparing to their male counterparts. The study also revealed that no significant difference was found between secondary school teachers belonging to government, private aided and private unaided secondary school teachers with respect to their teaching effectiveness. Based on the findings it was recommended that pre-service and in-service teacher training institutes should provide training to teachers in the form of workshop, seminar, and symposium to enhance teaching effectiveness in secondary school teachers. School should pay special attention to provide healthy atmosphere in the school by providing better environment, salary, housing facility, medical facility.

Dr. Manju N. D
Assistant Professor, SVK National College of Education, Balaraj Urs Road, Shivamogga – 577201.

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