sabir Khan

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Teaching Direct and Inverse proportion to 5th Grade Students through Pictures and eal-Life Problems,Leading Towards Autonomous Learning

Abstract

Mathematical concepts of ratio and proportions are primarily included in the mathematics syllabus at the 5th-grade level. The concept of proportion is quite tricky for students. Most of the questions based on the concept of
proportion are in the form of word problems.

Tabassum Saleem,Surayya Mukhtar, Shamsa Aziz

Self-Approbation in Undergraduates of Pure Sciences: Analysis of Physical and Technological Environment of E-Learning During COVID-19

Abstract

The current investigation was carried out to determine the level of E-learning during COVID-19 on Self-approbation of learners of Pure Sciences at undergraduate level in universities of Islamabad. The study objectives were to; explore the opinion of learners of Pure Sciences regarding their experience of the physical and technological environment
of E-learning at the undergraduate level in Islamabad; analyze the level of self-approbation in the physical and technological environment during E-learning in undergraduate learners of Pure Sciences in Islamabad.

Maham Siddique, Sadaf Zamir Ahmed, Sohaib Sultan

Assessment of Secondary School Science Students’ Digital Citizenship

This study was planned to assess how secondary school science students
are aware of digital citizenship and its nine components. Major objectives
of the present study were; to assess the knowledge of digital access, digital
communication, and digital etiquette among secondary school science
students, to explore the skills of digital law, digital literacy, and digital
commerce among secondary school science students, and to assess the
awareness of digital safety and security, digital rights and responsibilities,
and digital wellness among secondary school science students. This study
was quantitative.

Razzaq Ahmad,Sheikh Tariq Mehmood,Tariq Javed


Problems Faced by Teachers and Students in Teaching-Learning Geometry at Secondary Level

Abstract

Visually Impaired (VI) students confront a diversity of challenges in the area of learning Geometry. Such challenges create hurdles for visually impaired students to approach visual and tactile sense in learning Geometry. Diversity of challenges in spatial concepts of Geometry will continue to exist unless effort is directed to find the depth of these
problems. This study was designed to explore the challenges of visually impaired students in learning Geometry at the secondary level.

Tanzila Nabeel,Hina Noor,Kokab Nosheen

Relationship of the Herzberg’s Dual Factor Theory with Job Satisfaction and Motivation of Science Teachers

Abstract


The study was conducted on the implications of Herzberg’s two-factor theory on the job satisfaction of high school science teachers of district Rawalpindi, Pakistan. It explored the effect of the influence of Herzberg’s motivational factors and hygiene factors on the job satisfaction of science teachers and the effect of each sub-factor on their job satisfaction. The relationship of sub-factors with respect to gender and area was also explored in this study.

Sadia Batool, Muhammad Shahnawaz, Shomaila Habib