Student’s Satisfaction Level Towards Teachers’ Pedagogical Skills: A Conceptual Action Plan for Sindh Pakistan
AbstractPedagogical skills are essential for every teacher to promote the process of teaching and learning and to make it more effective. In this modern era of technology and advancement, pedagogical skills have also become a very important domain of concern among educational institutions. Therefore, this study will focus on the indication of the satisfaction level of students towards teachers' pedagogical skills at government schools of Ghotki Sindh, Pakistan. Whereas, the research design of this study will be quantitative. The respondents of this study will be 200 students from both urban and rural government higher secondary schools of district Ghotki ( the statistics are determined by the report of school education data 2016-2017) during the academic year of 2019-2020 will be surveyed for this study. The major aim of this research is to analyze the satisfaction level of students towards the teacher's pedagogical skills. Moreover, a survey questionnaire will be adapted for this study based on previous researchers' contributions. The descriptive (Mean and Standard Deviation) and inferential statistical (Independent sample T-Test and Mann–Whitney U approaches will be utilized by using SPSS 22 software for data analysis of this proposed study. The outcome of this study will contribute to the specification of effective pedagogical skills of teachers and the level of satisfaction among urban and rural students of Ghotki, Sindh. The findings of this study will help teachers to work and improve their deficiencies in their teaching methods and approaches.
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