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Comparison of Elementary Teachers’ Teaching Attitude towards Subjects Assessed and Non-Assessed By Punjab Examination Commission

M. Iqbal Naeem, Zaib u Nisa & Fozia Ajmal

The objective of the study is to explore teachers’ attitude towards teaching assessed and non-assessed subjects by the Punjab Examination Commission (PEC) in public elementary schools of Punjab (Pakistan). Teachers of 288 assessed and not assessed subjects were selected using a convenience sample. A questionnaire was distributed among participants to collect data. Descriptive and inferential statistical techniques were used to analyze the data. Mean and SD was used to analyze the respondents’ perception about the variables of the study. Independent t-test used to find out the significance of difference between the assessed and non-assessed subjects’ teachers’ perception. The Signinficant difference was found between the attiutde of teachers towards the assessed and not assessed subjects. Therefore, the null hypotheses were rejected. Elementary teachers stand on a higher level attitude towards assessed subject.

assessed subjects, non-assessed subjects, teachers’ attitude, teachers’ perception, stakeholders’ perception

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