International Journal of Innovation in Teaching and Learning (IJITL)
International Islamic University, Islamabad

IJITL

Table of Contents Developing a Reliable and Valid Questionnaire on Courses’ Experiences of University Students in Pakistan Dr. MuhammadArshad, Dr. Ishrat Siddiqa Lodhi, Dr. Muhammad Shakir Impact of Managerial Communication Styles on Teachers’ Job Satisfaction in Public Sector Universities Dr. Shazia Zamir, Mahek Arshad Effect of Using Tangram Puzzles on The Achievement of Students in […]

 

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Dr. Hazir Ullah, Farooq Abdullah, Akhlaq Ahmad, Dr. Rabia Ali   Abstract Gender representation in textbooks has been a subject of academic research and debate the world over. Nevertheless, in the developing world in general and Azad Jammu and Kashmir in particular, gender representation in textbooks, especially in Mathematics textbooks, has not received due academic […]

 

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Alina Raza, Sumaira Batool, Fouzia Ajmal, Dr. Ishtiaq Hussain   Abstract Reflection refers to the analysis and judgment of one’s personal thoughts and actions. It is a systematic collection of information about classroom happenings to analyze and evaluate this information to make changes and improvements in current practice (Farrell, 2007). This study was conducted to […]

 

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Tabassum Saleem, Dr. Shamsa Aziz   Abstract Geometry is basically concerned with conversion of graphics in space. The spatial abilities of the students can be enhanced through geometrical teaching. In geometry, the teaching and learning process can be made interesting by using puzzles games. The present study was conducted to study the effect of tangram […]

 

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Dr. Muhammad Arshad, Dr. Ishrat Siddiqa Lodhi, Dr. Muhammad Shakir   Abstract Communication style refers to the preferred mode of linguistic and nonverbal behavior with respect to giving and receiving information in specific situations. Job satisfaction is a positive or negative feeling, and employees see how they feel about their work and the different aspects […]

 

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Dr. Muhammad Arshad, Dr. Ishrat Siddiqa Lodhi, Dr. Muhammad Shakir   Abstract This study was designed to make a self-structured survey questionnaire reliable and valid. It is considered that in a study a precise, reliable and valid instrumentation is important step to collect the required information for that study. Therefore, a self-made questionnaire that was […]

 

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