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Impact of Mathematics Teacher’s Competency on Achievement of Primary School Students
The present study focused on the effect of Mathematics teachers’ competency on the performance of students in the context of Baluchistan province of Pakistan. The study was set in the background of selected cities of Baluchistan. Policies and parameter were critically analyzed in order to develop strategies and better solutions to this problem. A sample of N = 280 (143 male and 137 female students) were interviewed and observed in their classrooms to find how they felt towards the subject. Head teachers were also interviewed in selected schools in sampled cities of Baluchistan. Review of literature helped draw the hypotheses. The tests of hypotheses were done through SPSS V 22. Correlation and t-tests were conducted to measure the difference of opinions among male and female students of primary mathematics in the province. The study concludes that effective teachers of primary Mathematics are the only solution to retain students’ in primary classes in the province through training and workshops for these teachers. Teacher’s encouragement and hard work are likely to lead to more motivated students and encourage parents to send the primary students to school on regular basis
PhD Scholar, Hamdard University & District Education Officer, Killa Abdullah, Balochistan, Pakistan
Dr. Muhammad Yousuf Sharjeel
Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences and Education, Department of Education-SZABIST, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan