AbstractThe study finds if teachers' success in classroom is determined by the efficacy of teaching skills. Successful and effective teaching depend on several factors including level of knowledge, classroom management skills and students assessment. Evaluating the effectiveness of teachers is a challenging task due to the absence of standardized scale for assessing teachers’ classroom disposition. The present study develops and validate a scale for the evaluation of teachers’ teaching skills. Keeping in consideration the previous scales, literature and teaching skills, a scale comprising of 27 items is developed. It is then validated in pilot testing. The developed scale is used for the appraisal of 60 teachers for their teaching skills. The coefficient of reliability for the scale was 0.822 which is acceptable for the scales to be used in social sciences.
1-Shahida Naz Lecturer, Department of English, Government College University Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan2-Memona Rasheed Department of Economics, Bhauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Punjab, Pakistan3-Tahir Rasheed BS (Student), Department of English, National University of Modern Languages (NUML), Islamabad, Paksitan
KeywordsTeaching Skills, Evaluation, Classroom, Management, Reliability
Volume & IssueII - I