A Critical Study of the Subject of Education at Graduate Level in Karachi

Anila Fatima Shakil, Waqar Un Nisa Faizi, Syed Munir Ahmed, Farkhanda Jabeen


APA 6th edition
Shakil, A.F., Faizi, W.U.N., Ahmed, S.M., & Jabeen, F. (2015). A Critical Study of the Subject of Education at Graduate Level in Karachi. European Journal of Educational Research, 4(2), 81-89. doi:10.12973/eu-jer.4.2.81

Harvard
Shakil A.F., Faizi W.U.N., Ahmed S.M., and Jabeen F. 2015 'A Critical Study of the Subject of Education at Graduate Level in Karachi', European Journal of Educational Research , vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 81-89. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.12973/eu-jer.4.2.81

Chicago 16th edition
Shakil, Anila Fatima , Faizi, Waqar Un Nisa , Ahmed, Syed Munir and Jabeen, Farkhanda . "A Critical Study of the Subject of Education at Graduate Level in Karachi". (2015)European Journal of Educational Research 4, no. 2(2015): 81-89. doi:10.12973/eu-jer.4.2.81

Abstract

This research is a critical study of instructional topics and their effectiveness in the subject of Education taught in colleges at graduate level vis-à-vis our current needs and the advancements in this field through research in all over the world. It also emphasizes the importance of curriculum review and revision for overcoming obstacles in curriculum development. The methodology of this study was a survey based or enquiry into the need and scope of subject of Education in our society. Secondly the existing curriculum had been analyzed form data interpretation. The target population for this study is the teachers and the students of all those government and private colleges in Karachi that offer Education as a subject at graduate level. Out of those, 24 government colleges and 7 private colleges had been selected for the survey questionnaire.607 respondents including 57 teachers and 550 students were randomly selected from the colleges. The questionnaires were used as a research tool. The collected data was interpreted and evaluated through chi-square statistical tool. In the light of results recommendations were presented to update the curriculum and adjust to the changing trends of this modern and growing world.

Keywords: Critical study, graduate level, instruction


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