A Study Of Teaching Practices And Their Influences On Secondary Level Learner’s Academic Performance

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Abdul Hameed Qamar , Shahzad Rasool , Ali Gul Bugti , Muhammad Irfan Malik , Bilal Ahmed Faridee


The articulation determined the teaching practices involved at secondary level and also their influences on academic performance of learners. The study was delimited to Sindh province. The population of the study was secondary school teachers of Hyderabad division of Sindh province and the sample of the study 210 teachers from rural and urban area of Hyderabad selected on random basis. A self-developed questionnaire was used as a research instrument framed with the assistance of all co-authors of the study. The reliability of the instrument was 0.84 assured and validated by piloting test. The study concluded that the effective teaching practices reinforce to achieve high learners’ academic performance and there is no significant difference in the rural area and urban area teachers. The study recommended that government may give better incentives to the teachers for their effective teaching practices and manage refreshers courses and workshops time to time.

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