COMPARISON OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS ABOUT CREATIVITY AS A CULTIVATED SKILL IN THE CLASS ROOM PRACTICES

Authors

  • Afsar Sultana, Anjum Bano Kazimi

Abstract

The research examines and compares public and private secondary school teachers’ perceptions about creativity as a skill that can be cultivated in their class room practices. The researcher adopted PBA, a psychological model of professional behavior analysis for analyzing professionals’ perception. Any professional expert’s positive perception is essential regarding the strategies, to handle the task properly and achieve its maximum objectives. In the present study secondary school teachers of Malir district were taken as population of the study and were divided into two clusters; public and private. For selecting the sample of 560 sizes, each sub group of the sample remained equal by using probability technique. All the clusters were collected randomly. Mixed Method was the adopted research method; quantitative analysis contributes 80% and qualitative analysis contributes 20%. Survey was the research design to collect the data. Close ended questionnaire was developed for collecting quantitative data. In-depth Interview was developed for collecting qualitative data. Independent sample t-test was used to compare the groups quantitatively and thematic analysis for qualitatively. The data triangulation determined the degree of strength of their perceptions. Obtained findings depict that private school teachers’ perceptions are stronger than public school teacher regarding the issue

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Published

2021-09-30

How to Cite

Afsar Sultana, Anjum Bano Kazimi. (2021). COMPARISON OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS ABOUT CREATIVITY AS A CULTIVATED SKILL IN THE CLASS ROOM PRACTICES. Pakistan Journal of Educational Research, 4(3). Retrieved from https://pjer.org/index.php/pjer/article/view/267