Application Of Innovative Approaches: Prospective Teacher Education In Pakistan

Manzoor Raza, Dr. Amtul Hafeez, Mamonah Ambreen

Abstract


The focus of study was the application of innovative approaches in prospective teachers’ education for many researchers. It helps the investigators to find the aspects that can be intervened to enhance the prospective teachers’ professional development. A close relationship has been projected between male and female prospective teachers regarding the application of innovative approaches in their training. The variation in result reported by researchers about the use of innovative approaches in prospective teachers’ education indicates that the urban and rural variables might have an influential effect on the application of innovative approaches in prospective teacher training. The purpose of this study was to find the application of innovative approaches in prospective teachers’ education in Pakistan. The participants of the study were 941 prospective teachers of 11 government colleges for elementary teachers (GCETs). A questionnaire was developed for prospective teachers on a five point likert scale and three point scales according to the nature of the items. Reliability of questionnaire was 0.874. The findings of the study show that there was no significant difference between male and female prospective teachers about the use of innovative approaches. For example, computer assisted instruction, Multimedia, Micro- teaching and other teachers training aids at GCETs in Pakistan.

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