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Impact of Ethics of Care on Secondary School Students’ Learning: Evidence from Pakistan
AbstractThis study aimed to explore the perceptions of administrators, teachers and Grade 9 and 10 students (pre-medical group) regarding the impact of care on the learning of students. The study employed a qualitative research design, and multiple case study method to explore the perspectives of the participants belonging to two private schools in Karachi. This study has used in-depth voices of four administrators, eight teachers and twenty students through semi-structured interviews. This study analysed the data in two steps: firstly within the specific setting of cases one and two and then across case settings. Thematic analysis of the data and findings informs the impact of care in two broad areas i.e. cognitive and affective domains of learning. The result of this study brings an increased awareness on importance of care in students’ lives and its role in their academic growth.
- Fozia Gulab
- PhD Scholar, Faculty of Education, Iqra University, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
- Dr. Shams Hamid
- Associate Dean, Faculty of Fashion Design, Education, and Media Science, Iqra University, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan