Pupils learning outcome in relation to psychopersonal traits of teacher
Dr. Punam Kumari, Rojalin Sahu, Madhu Priya, Suresh Kumar and Dr. Jitendra Prasad
Teachers play a crucial role in guiding the curriculum to its intended destination by influencing the behavioral aspects of their students. This enduring process of personality development takes place within the classroom setting where teachers impart knowledge, skills, and attitudes that bring about positive changes among the pupils. Despite this, the effectiveness of the material learned and its practical application by the students is concerned with specific psychopersonal traits exhibited by the teacher they encounter. Therefore, we can assert that the transformation of human behavior through formal education necessitates the simultaneous attention of the classroom teacher due to the reason, the learning outcomes are significantly influenced by the teacher's personal traits. With this foundation in mind, a study having title " Pupils’ Learning Outcome in Relation to Psychopersonal Traits of Teacher" was conducted at the Department of Extension Education and Communication Management, R.P.C.A.U., Pusa, Samastipur, Bihar. The study involved 22 B.Sc. Community Science students who evaluated their teacher's psychopersonal traits on a 5-point continuum scale. The total scores of the psychopersonal trait statements provided to the students were calculated and subjected to Chi-square test. The results revealed a significant association between the teacher's psychopersonal traits and the students' learning outcomes as indicated by the higher calculated Chi-square value (9.360) of traits compared to the tabulated value (8.897) at 1 % level of significance.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Punam Kumari, Rojalin Sahu, Madhu Priya, Suresh Kumar and Dr. Jitendra Prasad. Pupils learning outcome in relation to psychopersonal traits of teacher. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(7S): 2206-2209.