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EEO. 2021; 20(3): 2104-2109

Reflection of National Professional Standards for Improving Quality Teaching in Pakistan

Dr. Muhammad Shakir, Dr. Muhammad Tahir Nadeem, Dr. Fariha Gul, Dr. Muhammad Aamir Hashmi, Waqar Hussain.


The purpose of this meditative study is to understand reflection of national professional standard for improving quality teaching in secondary schools of Pakistan. To achieve the study objective; a questionnaire is used for data collection by descriptive survey method. 46 secondary schools from province of Punjab and 10 teachers from each school were selected. Total 460 questionnaires were distributed and 453 were received in a scheduled period. Data was analyzed through multiple regression and correlation matrix analysis in SPSS-20. The results of the study revealed that there is positive reflection of National Professional Standards on secondary school teachersÂ’ performance. A correlation matrix among dependent variable and independent variables demonstrates high relationship among each other. Regression analysis result also found that all variables of national professional standard have significant effect on secondary schools teachers for improving quality teaching. The study suggested that national professional standards should be implemented in all level of educational institutions for improving quality teaching in Pakistan.

Key words: Professional Standards, Quality Teaching, Teacher Education

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