Volume 20 No 15 (2022)
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TEACHING COMPETENCY OF SCIENCE AND ARTS TEACHERS IN USING TECHNO PEDAGOGICAL SKILLS
JUTHUKA KALAVATHI, SHAIK FATHIMA, Dr.T.SHARON RAJU
Abstract
The study was conducted to find out the techno-pedagogical skills of teacher trainees belonging to arts and science streams. A simple random sample of 100 teacher trainees was taken, out of which 50 Science and 50 Arts students were selected. The study was taken in two districts of Visakhapatnam. Self-prepared Questionnaire and interview schedule were used to study the techno-pedagogical skills of teacher trainees. The study is qualitative as well as quantitative in nature. The researcher used Descriptive survey method of research. Percentage, mean, standard deviation and t-test were used to analyse the data. The finding of the research confirms that the teacher trainees belonging to arts streams have low techno-pedagogical skills than the teacher trainees related to science stream. This study is very beneficial for the teacher educators to plan the activities and engagement practices in such a way that every stream should equally indulge in using more and more techno pedagogical skills in delivering lesson in the classroom. Techno-pedagogical skills now-a-days, in such a pandemic situation became the need of the hour. This study will not only help teacher educators, teacher trainees but many other professionals to have an insight about the effective usage of techno-pedagogical skills in daily Instruction and major thrust areas to be focussed upon for effective utilization of techno-pedagogical skills in different aspects of life.
Keywords
classroom, implementation, Techno-pedagogical skills, teacher trainees.
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