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EEO. 2021; 20(4): 2009-2014


Effect of Teachers’ Advance Knowledge and Pedagogy Skills on Students’ Academic Performance

Mubashira Khalid, Aroona Hashmi, Zahida Javed, Iram Javed.

Abstract
Students’ academic performance has been connected to teachers’ competence. For knowing the actual situation, the current study was conducted. The main objective of the study was to explore the effect of teachers’ knowledge and pedagogy skills on students’ academic performance. Population of the study was secondary school students of Faisalabad. Total two hundred students were randomly selected from twenty schools. A self-developed questionnaire was used to collect the data. Research tool was validated by experts and reliability was measured by Cronbach Alpha α=.885. Data were analyzed by using mean, standard deviation, t-test, and regression. It was found from data analysis that there is a significant difference between the perception of male and female students about the effect of teachers’ advance knowledge and pedagogical skills on the academic performance of students at secondary level. Teachers’ advance knowledge is non-significant and teachers’ pedagogical skills has statistically significant effect on students’ academic performance.

Key words: Teachers’ Advance knowledge. Pedagogical skills, Academic Performance



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