The Effects Of Microteaching On Prospective Teachers‟ Attitude Towards Teaching

Dr Muhammad Athar Hussain, Dr Mumtaz Khawaja, Amber Qadar

Abstract


The study is an experimental study pertaining to the area of student teaching in teacher preparation program. It aims at studying the efficacy of skill based instructional materials synchronized with microteaching a technique on the acquisition of four teaching skills, namely: (i) skill of stimulus variation; (ii) skill of illustrating with examples; (iii) skill of silence and nonverbal cues; and (iv) skill of recognizing as attending behaviour. It also aims at studying the efficacy of microteaching synchronized with skill based instructional material in developing general teaching competence and favorable attitude towards teaching. The Phase I involves an experiment to find out the effectiveness of skill based instructional materials synchronized with microteaching upon the development of teaching skills and general teaching competence. The phase II is concerned with studying the effect of different training approaches upon the attitudes of prospective teachers towards teaching.

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