A Differential Study of Anxiety & Competency Among Pupil-Teachers During Teaching Preparation

Sangeeta Verma

Abstract


This study investigated changes in (P.T.A.) “Pupil Teacher Anxiety, Teaching Competency and Confidence about becoming a Teacher, during Teacher Training. The subjects were two groups of Pupil-Teachers-NonScheduled Castes (General Category) and Reserved Castes (Category) of S.C. & O.B.C’s Group, at to stages of their competency and anxiety during teacher preparation: beginning their first stage, just prior to Public teaching and at the end of Pupil Teaching Practice outcome, significant Changes- in anxiety, competency and confidence about teaching were in two groups differently. 


Keywords


Competency, Anxiety, Pupil-teacher, Teaching, Practice Preparation, Category

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