TEACHING EFFECTIVENESS OF SCHOOL TEACHERS IN RELATION TO EMOTIONAL MATURITY

Abstract

The present study has tried to explore the teaching effectiveness of school teachers with different levels of emotional maturity. A representative sample of 300 (150 male and 150 female) teachers from urban and rural secondary schools of two districts in Haryana was randomly selected. Teaching effectiveness Scale by Kumar & Mutha (1974) and Emotional Maturity Scale by Singh & Bhargava (2012) was used to access teaching effectiveness and emotional maturity of secondary school teachers. The study revealed that significant difference found in teaching effectiveness of secondary school male teachers with extreme emotional maturity and extreme emotional immaturity. Similar results were found out for female teachers, urban teachers and rural teachers. Significant difference was found in teaching effectiveness of secondary school female teachers with extreme emotional maturity and moderate emotional maturity. However results were reversed for male teachers, urban teachers and rural teachers with same levels of maturity. Significant difference was found in teaching effectiveness of secondary school male teachers with moderate emotional maturity and emotional immaturity. Results were reversed for female teachers, urban teachers and rural teachers with same levels of maturity.

Keywords: Emotional, Emotional Maturity, Teaching Effectiveness

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