Teacher in Promoting Quality Education: Head Teachers Perception

Authors

  • Mohammad Nabi PhD scholar Sarhad University of Science and Information technology Peshawar, Pakistan
  • Muhammad Javed Iqbal Director Mass education Sarhad University of Science and information technology Peshawar, Pakistan
  • Rahat Mand PHD scholar Sarhad University of Science and Information technology Peshawar, Pakistan
  • Intzar Hussain Butt Assistant Professor, University of Education, Lahore, Pakistan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26710/reads.v4i2.385

Keywords:

Quality, Quality Education, Quality Teacher, Pedagogical skill, Professional Commitment, Teacher Effectiveness, Command over subject matter

Abstract

This research was carried out to study the head teachers’ perception in terms of teacher in the promotion of quality education and about those characteristics which make them different from other facilities that bring quality in education. Quality of education is the major concern of any country and preparing quality teachers is the prime importance in many countries. In this connection quality of teacher cannot be ignored. This study explores the quality characteristics of teachers through literature review that influence the quality of education. In response to the need of quality teacher, Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa review and developed Teacher Education Strategy (TES 2013-2018) to improve the quality of teacher in the province. In this regard two districts were taken to know the perception of head teachers of primary public schools in the province.  A five point likert scale questionnaire was developed to know the perception of 108 head teachers in two districts Swat and Tank of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan.

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Published

2020-07-25

How to Cite

Mohammad Nabi, Muhammad Javed Iqbal, Rahat Mand, & Intzar Hussain Butt. (2020). Teacher in Promoting Quality Education: Head Teachers Perception. Review of Economics and Development Studies, 4(2), 145-151. https://doi.org/10.26710/reads.v4i2.385