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VALIDATION OF IN-SERVICE TEACHER ORIENTATION PROGRAMME (INSTOP) AS A MODEL FOR IN-SERVICE TRAINING OF TEACHERS IN PAKISTAN

Tayyab Alam Bukhari

Abstract

This study was designed to validate the INSTOP model which had been developed by the researcher himself in 2001 on the basis of the data collected from 240 in-service teacher trainers in Pakistan. For this purpose, a questionnaire was developed. This questionnaire was administered to the teacher trainers and experts who were engaged in the formal and non-formal in-service training of primary school teachers. The model and the questionnaire were discussed in the seminars held with experts in twelve cities of Pakistan. A finial seminar was held with 22 in-service teacher trainers and experts in Rawalpindi city. In this way the model INSTOP (In-service Teacher Orientation Programme) was validated formulating clearly specified general and specific objectives. The specific objectives were again classified as cognitive, psycho motor and effective. The contents had both the academic and practical bias. The model INSTOP was also designed on the lines of CIPP (context-input-process-product) and it was mathematically illustrated in order to show its components.

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