A comparative study of different dimensions of teacher’s effectiveness among government and private teachers of secondary schools
Dr. Pramod Kumar Naik, Ajoy Giri
The term effectiveness refers to the measure of success of teacher in carrying out institutional and other specified duties demanded by the nature of his/her position. Teacher effectiveness include efficiency in strategies of student instruction and classroom management, their subject knowledge, teachers characteristics, interpersonal relations, evaluation and feedback etc. which is the of hour because the academic achievement of the students is in the hand of effective teacher. The Objective on grow are happiness has been 120 students class IX CAT toos the measure teacher effectiveness. It has been recent found that the study of the effectiveness of Government and Private Teachers of the secondary school teachers is very practical objectives. With the help of this study the whole system of the education can be corrected and the level of understanding, inter-personal relations, preparation and classroom management are very important factors which we need in every schools and classrooms. The most important study in this dissertation is the study of characteristics which implies the characteristics of a teacher is a wholesome of the knowledge, he/she impart with the students. When it is found that there is no significant mean difference between the Government and Private teachers then the hypothesis of finding the significant mean deference is accepted.