Teachers’ Perceptions about School Infrastructure at the Elementary Level in Punjab
Keywords:Academic Facilities, Administrative Facilities, Assessment System, Physical Facilities
The present study aimed to explore teachers’ perceptions about school infrastructure at the elementary level in Punjab. The study was quantitative in nature and survey design was used to conduct the present study. Sample of the study was comprised of 282 female elementary school teachers from Punjab. Instrument of the study was adapted by the researcher. Reliability of the instrument was .94. It was found that school infrastructure plays a significant role in enhancing students’ learning at elementary level. The provision of physical, academic, administrative facilities, teachers’ methods of teaching and assessment system of school enhance quality of education at elementary level. Physical infrastructure including buildings, grounds, sufficient number of class rooms, computer labs, transport, school boundary wall, first aid facilities, furniture and apparatus along with essential equipment for education provides safe and conducive learning environment to the students. The academic facilities like provision of text books, planning co-curricular activities, technology support, guidance and counseling, sufficient funds also important for smooth functioning of the elementary school level. It is recommended that school should provide basic physical facilities, academic facilities, administrative facilities, innovative teaching methods and effective monitoring and assessment system for provision of quality education at elementary level.
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