TITLE

Students' Satisfaction Regarding the Curricular Practices: A Comparison of Formal and Non Formal System of Teacher Education

AUTHOR(S)
Aziz, Shamsa; Atta, Naushaba; Hassan, Hamid; Sahi, Kiran
PUB. DATE
March 2013
SOURCE
International Proceedings of Economics Development & Research;2013, Vol. 60, p135
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The overwhelming majority of men and women can only become good teachers if their training programs are built on a sound foundation of theoretical knowledge and supervised practical work. Believing in this a study was designed to find out the level of satisfaction of the students of Formal and non formal system of teacher education regarding different aspects such as contents of the course, methodologies of teaching and assessment techniques/process of their curriculum. Total one hundred and twenty students of B.Ed program studying in formal and non-formal education system were selected for data collection. Data were personally collected through researchers' developed questionnaire on five point rating consisted upon 30 items and analyzed by applying t-test. The main results of the study show that the students of formal system of teacher education programs were more satisfied than the students of non formal distance education system programs. Few recommendations are being given for the improvement of non formal distance education system of teacher education
ACCESSION #
94073945

 

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