Teachers’ Perception of Students’ Learning and Their Teaching in Afghanistan:: Views of KEU and SJTTC Teachers, Kabul, Afghanistan.
Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (One Year)), 40 credits / 60 HE creditsStudent thesis
Lately, research has shown that learning and teaching are causally tightly bound activities. Understanding the learning process help teachers to know about the preferences of their students. Meanwhile, this understanding can contribute in effective learning performance if it is accommodated in teaching process.
In order to find out perception of Afghan teachers in this regard, this study was conducted. 58 lecturers/teachers from two teacher training institutions – Kabul Education University (KEU) and Sayed Jamaluddin Teacher Training College (SJTTC) were participant of the study. Data was collected through self-responsive questionnaires and the findings of study indicates that learning process and styles, as well as teaching in accordance to learning process are important issues for teachers at these two institutions. Findings also suggest that teachers are aware about concept of learning styles. Besides that, attempts are made to address learning styles in teaching process through use of different teaching materials and methods.
Knowledge of the important and necessary educational concepts such as, learning styles in teacher training institutions (KEU & SJTTC) can equip future teachers of community with better skills and attitudes that can make student-teacher interactions more sufficient.
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:kau:diva-37109OAI: oai:DiVA.org:kau-37109DiVA: diva2:840618
Subject / course
Master of Education and Didactics (60/120 credits)
Broman, Anders, Universitetslektor i Stadsvetenskap
Arnqvist, Anders, professor