Proceedings of The 3rd International Conference on Research in Teaching and Education
Comparative Study Of Innovative Teaching Styles Of Public And Private Schools Teachers In The Classroom
Waqas Ahmad Khan
This study examined how public and private schools in Pakistan use innovation to improve their teaching styles. Specifically, this study examined the similarities and differences in the utilization of teaching innovation and how these impact students. A questionnaire containing 10 statements was administered to 100 school teachers—50 each from the public and private sectors. The instrument was determined to be reliable and of high quality. Crosstabs were used to identify significant associations between school types and various instructional activities. There are significant differences in the use of innovative teaching styles between teachers from the two sectors.
Keywords: Crosstabs, innovative teaching, public school, Private school, High quality, instructional activities.