The effect of teachers' attitudes on students' personality and performance
Muhammad Muzamil, Kashif Iqbal, Sumaira Parveen, Yasir Imran
Emphasis on pupil-focused education frequently influences how instructors view students' achievements in subjects with a loss of lifelong vision development. An instructor who has his personal teaching techniques and further his attitude and conduct, offers his university students a healthy intellectual attitude and a clean new worldview by means of leaving memorable lines in them. This is a preparatory look to discover how 'attitudes of instructors affect the personality and performance of students'. On this experience this research has offered instructional perception and versatility in trainer-scholar relationships beyond the confined classroom and lecture rooms. The sample of the studies group incorporates a total of 100 students from diverse departments of the University of Sargodha Sub Campus Bhakkar. The data was collected by online survey. The most crucial findings was that the 'attitudes' of suitable instructors have a high quality effect on college students'' persona 'and performance in life.
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