TEACHERS’ TEACHING BEHAVIOUR AS A PREDICTOR OF STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS

  • Syed Zubair Haider
  • Muhammad Athar Hussain
  • Hafiz Muhammad Ather Khan
Keywords: Teaching Behaviour, Students’ Achievement, Schools, Teachers, Public, Private

Abstract

Teachers’ teaching behaviour plays an imperative role in students’ learning. Growing researches indicate that many school students show poor academic performance due to their teachers’ ineffective teaching behaviour. Unluckily, the knowledge about the dynamic nature of teaching behaviour, its relation with learners’ active engagement and promotion of students’ achievement at school level is rarely investigated in the context of Punjab. To fill this knowledge gap, the current study aims to investigate the effect of teachers’ teaching behaviour on students’ achievement. Data was collected from 960 students representing 04 districts (Bahawalpur, Vehari, Okara and Rawalpindi) of Punjab. Multiple statistical measures, EFA, CFA, mean, correlation, t-test, ANOVA and stepwise multiple regression were applied to measure perspectives regarding teaching behaviour. The results expressed that effective teaching behaviours resulted in better performance of students. The findings also revealed a substantial association between teaching behaviours of teachers’ and students’ academic achievement.

Author Biographies

Syed Zubair Haider
Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Training, IUB, Pakistan. His interests pertain to research on educational issues. He has published several articles in international and national journals on Students’ Academic Achievement and Teacher Performance.
Muhammad Athar Hussain
Head of the Education & Educational Training Department at Islamia University Bahawalpur, R.Y. Khan Campus. He works in different capacities at IUB R.Y. Khan Campus and has published several research publications in National & International research journals.
Hafiz Muhammad Ather Khan
dr. hafiz Muhammad ather khan is one of the famous researchers in Pakistan. Currently, he is serving as Chairman, Department of Educational Training at IUB. His contribution in the field of Assessment & Evaluation, Distance learning, and academic functioning of HEI’s is worthwhile. He has supervised many doctorates and served as an external examiner at a number of universities

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Published
2020-01-15