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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



The Impact Of Cognitive Intervention Training Module To Develop Teaching Competence Among Student - Teachers Of B.Ed In Salem District

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AUTHOR(S)

D. Lakshmi Rekha, Dr. K. Dhanalakshmi

 

KEYWORDS

Educational Technology, Training module, Post - test, Teaching competence, Conventional method, Independent t-Test, Standard Deviation.

 

ABSTRACT

Educational technology is used to improve the teaching learning process. The present study aimed to develop teaching competencies of Student-teachers in Salem District. For this study module has been formulated to perform training programme. In this study, the pre-test and post-test had been conducted for both control and Experimental group. In this research random sampling technique was adopted and sample of 50 student - teachers had been taken from Sri Saradha college of Education in Salem district. In that 25 student -teachers had considered as Control group and 25 student - teachers were considered as Experimental group. The research performed to the control group, Intervention has been given through the conventional method and for the experimental group, Intervention explained through the training module. The research conducted through training phrase. The development in teaching competence measured by the Cognitive strategy tool had been used. Independent t-test had conducted to find the difference between the mean scores. In the interpretation had found that there is a significant means score difference between pre-test and post- test of experimental group among the student – teachers. In the results shown that the module had effective than the conventional methods. In the light of research findings, it has been proved the module well supported teaching tool is one of the appropriate and effective methodologies to develop teaching competence among student – teachers of B.Ed. The Cognitive Intervention training module will enhance the teaching competence of B.Ed trainees by that making a difference, which may produce in student’s long-term memories and knowledge.

 

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