TEACHERS’ INTERACTION WITH VETERAN STUDENTS: A CLASSROOM PERCEPTION

Authors

  • Hira Atiq Department of Teacher Education, University of Okara
  • Dr. Khalid Saleem Associate Professor/HOD Department of Teacher Education, University of Okara
  • Miss. Maliha Kanwal University of Okara

Keywords:

Veteran students, classroom perception, interaction, semi-structured interview

Abstract

Adults come to their class with their rich experience and knowledge. They can interact with their teachers and younger class mates more confidently, and effectively.  Teachers respect their point of view, experience and knowledge. But sometimes they stuck on their specific perception and point of view which is irrelevant and wrong. The present study was of qualitative nature, in which two semi-structured interview was used for collection of information about student-teacher interaction in the class of grown up students. The sample of the study was selected from two public and two private universities. Three teachers, who teach the Veteran students were selected as sample. Two veteran students of each selected teacher were taken as participant of study. In this way, twelve teachers and twenty-four students constituted the sample of the study. The Major findings of study revealed that student-teacher interaction as of veteran students was low. Sometimes adults stuck on their point of view.

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Published

2021-06-30

How to Cite

Hira Atiq, Dr. Khalid Saleem, & Miss. Maliha Kanwal. (2021). TEACHERS’ INTERACTION WITH VETERAN STUDENTS: A CLASSROOM PERCEPTION. ., 1(1), 62–76. Retrieved from https://jmr.com.pk/index.php/ojs/article/view/7