Impact of In-Service Training on Performance of Teachers A Case of STEVTA Karachi Region

Muhammad Imran Junejo, Samiullah Sarwar, Rizwan Raheem Ahmed


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22555/ijelcs.v2i2.1944

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Learning which takes place in a classroom is significantly associated with teachers and their actions taken in the classroom. Therefore, quality of education can be improved by putting more focus on teaching methodologies and the way teachers spend time in classrooms. This study aimed at examining the impact of in-service training on the performance of the teachers. It is generally believed that with the implementation of certain in-service training programmes the performance of teachers regarding their professional skills, knowledge and experience can be signif icantly improved. The target population of the present study included the in-service teachers offering their services at Sindh Technical Education & Vocational Training Authority (STEVTA), Government of Sindh, Karaschi Region. Using close-ended questions, perception and experience of teachers (n=150, m=100, f=50), who availed the opportunity to get in-service training, were gained. Findings of the study revealed the positive impact of in-service training programmes on the performance of teachers. The study also revealed the positive perception of teachers regarding their professional growth. It recommended the in-service training programmes to be introduced in line with the subject rather than general.

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