A Study of Value Pattern of Secondary School Teachers

SAKET BIHARI

Abstract


Abstract: In the present study an attempt is made by the investigators to study the value patterns of secondary school teachers of East Delhi. 80 secondary school teachers from 6 government schools were drawn by employing simple random techniques. The value of the sample was assessed using Teacher Value Inventory (TVI) constructed and standardized by Dr. Harbhajan.L.Singh and Dr. S.P.Ahluwalia (2008). It was hypothesized that there is no significant difference on the value pattern of teachers on the selected values. The obtained data were quantitatively analyzed by using descriptive and inferential statistics. The study revealed that no significant difference were found in the mean scores on teachers value dimensions-Theoretical ,Economic , Aesthetic and  Social Values, while significant difference were found in Political and Religious Values.

 


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value pattern, secondary school teachers

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