Teachers’ Classroom Check -in Check -out Influence
The class, check in, check out influences of teachers were studied in three classroom modes, serious, friendly and authoritative & dominating to assess effects of these on students self-assessed classroom achievements. Class teachers of same grades in primary schools exercised prescribed modes for one month. 180 students participated: 60 each in the experimented three classes. Each participating student reported self-assessed classroom achievements on a five point classroom achievement assessment scale. It was assumed that modes would affect self-assessed classroom achievements. Results achieved by SPSS ANOVA analysis indicated significant difference in all modes on achievement ratings. Teachers’ training and policy implementations discussed.
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Lead author institutionHead Department of Psychology Riphah International University Faisalabad