Razzaq Ahmad,Sheikh Tariq Mehmood,Tariq Javed
Problems Faced by Teachers and Students in Teaching-Learning Geometry at Secondary Level
Tanzila Nabeel,Hina Noor,Kokab Nosheen
Relationship of the Herzberg’s Dual Factor Theory with Job Satisfaction and Motivation of Science Teachers
Sadia Batool,Muhammad Shahnawaz
Science Teachers as Reflective Practitioners at Higher Secondary Level: A Demand for 21st Century
Farkhanda Tabassum,Qurat-ul-Ain Hin
Self-Approbation in Undergraduates of Pure Sciences: Analysis of Physical and Technological Environment of E-Learning During COVID-19
Maham Siddique,Sadaf Zamir Ahmed,Sohaib Sultan
Mathematical reasoning has become an essential tool for secondary school students to excel in every walk of life. A valid measuring tool is a basic need to measure mathematical reasoning. The objective of the present
study was to develop a valid and reliable instrument to measure mathematical reasoning among high school students. Five constructs of mathematical reasoning were selected for the development of a mathematical reasoning test.
Saeedullah,Rafaqat Ali Akbar
Although English is used as a medium of instruction to teach science subjects in secondary schools in Pakistan, the perceptions of secondary school science teachers have remained underexplored. Therefore, this study aimed to explore the perceptions of secondary school science teachers regarding English as a medium of instruction in Pakistan. Using
a qualitative case study approach, in-depth semi-structured interviews were conducted with four secondary school science teachers who were selected purposefully.
Kamran Akhtar Siddiqui
Relationship of Teachers’ Conceptual Knowledge of Biology with Students’ Achievement at Secondary Level
The research investigated the relationship of teachers’ conceptual knowledge of Biology with students’ achievement. The study was aimed at finding out the status of conceptual knowledge of teachers, its influence on students’ achievement, and its relationship with students’ achievement. The quantitative approach was used, or this research and a co-relational method was used to find relationships.
Self-Concept About Mathematics and Achievement Motivation as Correlates of Academic Achievement of Students at Elementary Level
A relationship was investigated among the three variables such as selfconcept about mathematics, achievement motivation, and academic achievement of learners at elementary level schools of Sargodha. Two questionnaires were used while academic achievement was measured in the form of students’ annual results of mathematics. 150 students were taken through a convenient sampling technique.
Fozia Fatima,Sabir Ali