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

IJITL

Table of Contents Peace Education: Perspective of GCET’S Principals in Azad Jammu and Kashmir Rabia Khurshid Study of the Effectiveness of Girls’ Stipend Program in Public Schools -Sindh Muhammad Safar Unar, Prof. Dr. Tayyaba Zarif Effectiveness of Problem Based Learning on the Cognitive Development of Students at Secondary Level Habiba Shaukat, Dr. Tehseen Tahir, Dr. […]

 

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Ms. Fouzia Ajmal, Dr. Masood Ahmad, Dr. Nabi Bux Jumani, Dr. Samina Malik   Abstract Early childhood teachers need multicultural competence to prepare children for the global world. The present study was undertaken to identify the multicultural competence including i. Awareness ii. Knowledge iii. Attitude and iv. Skills of early child hood teachers working in […]

 

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Dr. Zarina Akhtar   Abstract This paper explores misconceptions about locating integers and decimals on horizontal and vertical number lines as revealed by the students‟ responses enrolled at Federal Government Secondary Schools in Islamabad. The instrument was a test based on 4 parts containing integers and decimals placing on horizontal and vertical number lines. 368 […]

 

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Shama Batool, Dr. Muhammad Tahir Khan Farooqi, Dr. Mobeen Ul Islam   Abstract The research study is an effort to determine the influence of secondary school teachers’ gender and location on their job satisfaction in Pakistani perspective. The target population of the study was all secondary school teachers (SSTs) serving in public secondary schools of […]

 

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Muhammad Masaud Asdaque, Dr. Syed Asad Abbas Rizvi, Dr. Masood Ahmad   Abstract Educational research plays an important role in development of education. In Pakistan, after the establishment of Higher Education Commission of Pakistan in 2002, there is a paradigm shift in higher education. Number of doctorate students increased very fast in last decade. This […]

 

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Summera Batool, Dr. Shamsa Aziz   Abstract This study tried to investigate the effect of parental influence on students‟ personality and academic achievement at secondary school level in Islamabad. The objectives of the study were; to measure parental influence, student‟s personality and academic achievement, to determine the effect of parental influence on students‟ personality, to […]

 

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Maleeha Hammad, Dr. Sadaf Zamir Ahmed, Irsa Zahoor   Abstract This article is a case study exploring the experiences of pass out female research students of M. Phil Education at a University in Rawalpindi. The discussion is based on semi-structured interviews by each of the students. This information from the interviews is analyzed thematically, and […]

 

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Saira Ijaz Ahmad, Dr. Samina Malik, Dr. Nabi Bux Jumani   Abstract Academic Procrastination is an attitude of delaying academic tasks without having any logical and conscious cause. It is a universal phenomenon that exists among the general population. The present study is an attempt to identify the academic areas in which students procrastinate at […]

 

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Zahida Ibrahim, Dr. Zarina Akhtar   Abstract The contradiction in the idea that a person having more knowledge can teach better, compelled to check and relate the teachers’ content knowledge and pedagogical design capacity. The objectives of study were; to evaluate the content knowledge and pedagogical design capacity of elementary mathematics teachers, and to find […]

 

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Habiba Shaukat, Dr. Tehseen Tahir, Dr. Umbreen Ishfaq, Dr. Asaf Niwaz Satti, Dr. Muhammad Saeed   Abstract The study intended to investigate the effectiveness of problem based learning (PBL) on the cognitive development of class IX students’ in the subject of chemistry. The objectives of the study were to; examine the effect of problem based […]

 

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