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Article Published In Vol.8 (July-Aug 2020)

Effects of Attitude on Teaching Learning Process: A Systematic Review

Pages : 530-533, DOI:

Author : Dr. Vikas Sharma and Dr. Mehfooz Ahmad

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Attitude is a tendency which is attributed to individuals. It facilitates creation of ideas, feelings and behaviors about a psychological object in an orderly manner. Prior studies have highlighted teachers’ beliefs and attitudes in teaching learning process. The prior inclination and experience of teachers and students influences their choice of disciplines. The knowledge of their attitudes and perspectives will help the universities and the academic staff to develop and apply appropriate models and forms of online learning to meet the students’ needs. Teacher’s professional competence as well as personal characteristics and attitude regarding the profession plays an importance role in their success. The attitude and expectation of society in general and of the family of the learner in particular affect how learning is viewed and how teaching is organized. The current paper examined the studies conducted regarding the role of attitude in teaching learning process. The research evidence suggests that attitude is an important variable in determining teaching learning process.

Keywords: Attitude, learning, teachers, students



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