Teaching Learning Practices in Schools Under Shiksha Vikash Samiti, Odisha: Perception of Major Stakeholders

Kalpana Rani Dash*, Sankar Prasad Mohanty**
* Faculty Member, Department of Education, Ravenshaw University, Cuttack, Odisha, India.
** Lecturer, Department of Education, Brajrajnagar College, Brajrajnagar, Odisha, India.
Periodicity:March - May'2018
DOI : https://doi.org/10.26634/jsch.13.4.14543


This study has aimed to seek the perception of stakeholders (HMs, Teachers, and Parents) on quality of education in schools under Shiksha Vikash Samiti, Odisha with reference to the teaching learning practices. The Convergent-Parallel Design under Mixed Research Method has been followed for carrying out the study. The study is delimited to coastal Odisha, so the population of the study comprised all the stakeholders of such schools such as: HMs, Teachers, and Parents and Community Members. Tools used for data collection are interview schedule for Head Master/ Pradhan Acharyas; Questionnaire for teachers; and interview schedule for parents-cum-community members. The findings are: HMs reported globes, maps; charts, science kit, math kit, computers were used frequently in classroom teaching process. Majority of teachers (>60%) reported the same. Majority of parents (>60%) also reported aware of availability of globes, maps, charts, science and math kits, computers, and audio-visual instruments and majority of them (>65%) were satisfied with availability of these equipment. In case of 50% schools LCD projector were not at all used for teaching purpose and the same was agreed upon by the teachers. On the other hand, one-fourth of parents did not know about availability of computers and LCD projectors in the schools. Half of the parents (49.24%) under study reported that Teaching Learning Materials (TLM) corner was available and 69.23% from among them were satisfied with TLM corner. Majority of parents (72.73%) reported, group discussion was practiced in the schools. Half of these those (52.08%) reported group discussion was effective for their children. Majority (64.40%) of parents reported that the teachers used to write lesson diary. Out of these parents 76.47% reported that writing lesson diary had appositive effect on their children.


Teaching Learning Practices, Shiksha Vikash Samiti, Odisha, Perception, HMs, Teachers, Parents.

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Dash, K. R., and Mohanty, S. P. (2018). Teaching Learning Practices in Schools Under Shiksha Vikash Samiti, Odisha: Perception of Major Stakeholders. i-manager’s Journal on School Educational Technology, 13(4), 45-52. https://doi.org/10.26634/jsch.13.4.14543


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