COMPARISON OF RURAL AND URBAN TEACHERS’ INSTRUCTIONAL QUALITY IN CONTEXT OF AVAILABILITY OF AV AIDS
Asif Ali Khan, Dr.S.R. Ghazi,Dr. GulapShahzada, IrfanUllah Khan
The main purpose of the study was to investigate and compare the urban and rural teachers’ instructional quality working at middle school level in Bannu. The questionnaire was developed for the collection of data. The population of the study comprised of boys and girls public school teachers, working at Middle School Level in district Bannu. Mean, Standard Deviation and Independent Sample t- test was used as statistical tools. Finding shows that rural and urban respondents viewed that teachers are well trained in the use of A.V aids and teaching kits were inexpensive but most of rural and urban respondents viewed that proper A.V aids were not available so student learning is not promoted by regular use of AV aids in teaching learning process. Mostly rural and urban classrooms lack promotion of students learning using A.V aids. It was recommended that the authority should implement various regulations for the teachers, so that teachers are equipped and make capable with modern teaching strategies.