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EEO. 2021; 20(6): 608-619

Effects of Teachers’ Personality on Character Building of Students at Secondary Level in Sanghar, Pakistan

Syed Hyder Raza Shah, Sehar Naveed, Muhibullah Nahrio, Amanullah Parhyar, Abdul Basit Solangi.


The aim of the research is to know the effects of teachers’ personality on character building of students at secondary level in Sanghar. A quantitative method is used for the research in which questionnaire is adopted as research tool. A random, sampling technique is used to collected data from 120 teachers of secondary schools. Collected data is analyzed by Statistical packages for social sciences (SPSS) 20th version. Descriptive statistics is done to get results. The study is based on the three main objectives. The first and foremost objective is to find out types of teachers’ personality in government and private secondary schools at secondary level at Sanghar. The next objective is to know significance differences between government and private secondary schools teachers’ personality while building character at secondary level in Sanghar. The last objective is to understand effects of teachers’ personality on students’ character building at secondary level at Sanghar. The results revealed that conscientiousness had got the highest mean (M=4.21) and agreeableness lowest mean i.e. (M= 3.21) in government school teachers. Whereas the type of teachers’ personality among Private secondary school teachers is openness to experience is highest mean M=4.58 and neuroticism is lowest mean i.e. M= 3.77. This change is because of difference in teaching system in specific and curriculum in general. The result of independent t-test suggests that there is significant difference between government and private school teachers’ personality building students’ character in Sanghar. Last but not least, teachers’ personality greatly affects students’ character building. The results of the study also revealed that teachers’ personality greatly affect students’ character. The research also declared that private secondary school teachers are more careful about their personality as well as students’ character building than government teachers.

Key words: Teachers’ Personality, Character Building, Secondary Level, Government and Primary School

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