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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 5418-5426

A Study of Teachersí Teaching Styles and Studentsí Performance

Dr. Shehzad Ahmed, Dr. Muhammad Tahir Khan Farooqi, Asif Iqbal.

The study explored the teaching styles of teachers and its effect on studentsí achievement. The objectives were to find the impact of teaching styles of teachers on achievement scores of students and examine the correlation of teachersí teaching styles with studentsí achievement. The study comprised of 480 BS students from Education University Faisalabad from 5 classes. The Teaching Styles Survey was used as instrument. The result showed that the top most teaching style of teachers was role model. Female students had achieved higher grades in the class than that of male class fellows. Female students rated that teachers use formal authority, role model, delegator and facilitator as most frequent used teachersí styles. The level of classes had an impact on the formal authority, role model, delegator and facilitator teaching styles. Expert teaching style has weak positive correlation with role model, moderate correlation with formal authority and facilitator teaching styles and strong positive correlation with delegator teaching style. It is suggested that students should train to get more benefit of teachers teaching styles.

Key words: Teaching styles, Achievement score, Role Model

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