A Study of Teaching Aptitude of B.Ed. Pupil Teachers In Relation to Different Levels of Intelligence

Umender Malik

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The present study has explored teaching aptitude of b. ed. Pupil teachers with respect to different levels of intelligence . A representative sample of 600 teachers from urban and rural B.Ed. colleges of three districts in Haryana was randomly selected. Teaching Aptitude Scale (2002) By L.C. Singh And Dahiya and Test Of General Intelligence (2012) By S.K.Pal & K.S.Mishra were used to collect the data. The study revealed that there is significant difference in teaching aptitude between high intelligence and low intelligence of B.Ed pupil teachers. High intelligent group have more teaching rather than low intelligent group.


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Teaching Aptitude, Intelligence

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