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Effect of Brain-Compatible Classroom on Prospective Teachers’ Interest at University Level
AbstractIn this study, prospective teachers’ interest was measure by quasi-experimental research to explore the effect of a Brain-Compatible classroom at the university level. The researcher chooses a purposive sampling technique by taking intact groups as the sample of the study. Pretest-posttest non-equivalent control group design was practice by providing intervention to experimental group as a Brain-Compatible classroom, and traditional teaching-learning process to control group students. A close-ended questionnaire was developed on the 5-point Likert Scale to evaluate prospective teachers’ interest in the course Teaching of Chemistry. Mean difference, and standard deviation (S.D) were calculate in the descriptive statistical analysis, while an independent sample t-test used for determining the mean difference between the two groups. This study would be beneficial for the teaching-learning process in Pakistan. It also gives reflect to develop Brain-Compatible classroom practices in Pakistan.
- Aisha Sami
- Ph. D Scholar, Institute of Education and Research, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
- Rizwan Akram Rana
- Professor (Rtd.), Institute of Education and Research, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan