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INSTRUCTIONAL PROCESS COMPETENCIES: AN ANALYSIS OF CLASSROOM PRACTICES IN WORKERS WELFARE MODEL SCHOOLS

Tahir Kaleem Siddique, Maqsood Alam Bukhari and Aftab Mughal

Abstract

This research was designed to study Instructional Process Competencies through observation of classroom practices in workers welfare model schools in Pakistan. The study was designed to identify essential teacher competencies for school effectiveness and to find out if the classroom practices used by Workers Welfare Model School teachers are consistent with these competencies. Forty sample schools were selected from a total of 75 on all Pakistan bases. The data collected through the questionnaire, classroom observations, focused group discussion and official documents was analyzed using both qualitative and quantitative techniques. Most of the teachers’ responses and results of observations were consistent in the areas of classroom management and material utilization. The teachers in WWF model schools, though professionally trained, did not use these competencies effectively in the classroom. The paper recommends that teachers may be provided in-service training on regular basis. The schools at the same time should develop strategies to supervise classroom teaching to ensure that teachers use competencies effectively

Permanent link to this article: http://pje.aiou.edu.pk/instructional-process-competencies-an-analysis-of-classroom-practices-in-workers-welfare-model-schools/