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Original article | International Journal of Research in Teacher Education 2019, Vol. 10(2) 75-81

An Attitude of Secondary Teacher Trainees Towards Microteaching: Does Teaching Experience, Subject Background and Marital Status Matter?

Parasurama D

pp. 75 - 81   |  Manu. Number: MANU-1902-13-0001

Published online: June 26, 2019  |   Number of Views: 19  |  Number of Download: 80


Abstract

The main objective of the study is to find out the association between an attitude of Secondary Teacher Trainees towards Microteaching and their teaching experience, subject background and marital status. The survey method was used. 33 Secondary Teacher Trainees studying at one of the B.Ed. college of Bangalore city were the respondents. Personal data sheet and Attitude towards Microteaching scale prepared by the researcher were used in this study. Percentage analysis and Chi-Square analyses were applied. The major findings of the study are (1) More than half percentage (N = 18, 54.5%) Secondary Teacher Trainees have high attitude and residual (N = 15, 45.5%) of Secondary Teacher Trainees have Low attitude towards Microteaching; (2) There is association between Attitude of Secondary Teacher Trainees towards Microteaching and their teaching experience [X 2 =4.95, df = 1, p < .05]; (3) Whereas association is not found in attitude of Secondary Teacher Trainees towards Microteaching with respect their subject background [X 2 = 2.528, df = 1, p >.05] as well as marital status[X 2 = .071, df = 1, p > .05].

Keywords: Microteaching, Secondary Teacher Trainees


How to Cite this Article?

APA 6th edition
D, P. (2019). An Attitude of Secondary Teacher Trainees Towards Microteaching: Does Teaching Experience, Subject Background and Marital Status Matter? . International Journal of Research in Teacher Education, 10(2), 75-81.

Harvard
D, P. (2019). An Attitude of Secondary Teacher Trainees Towards Microteaching: Does Teaching Experience, Subject Background and Marital Status Matter? . International Journal of Research in Teacher Education, 10(2), pp. 75-81.

Chicago 16th edition
D, Parasurama (2019). "An Attitude of Secondary Teacher Trainees Towards Microteaching: Does Teaching Experience, Subject Background and Marital Status Matter? ". International Journal of Research in Teacher Education 10 (2):75-81.

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