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UNMASKING THE EFFECTS OF TEACHERS WHISTLEBLOWING SOME ATTRIBUTES ON IMPLEMENTING STEM EDUCATION: NATIONAL CURRICULUM DOCUMENT 2006 PERSPECTIVE
Corresponding Author(s) : Mehboob Ul Hassan
Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews,
Vol. 9 No. 3 (2021): May
Purpose of the study: The purpose of the current research was to measure the effect of teachers self-efficacy, locus of control, and emotional labour on implementing STEM education, focusing on national curriculum document 2006 concerns/guidelines. The researchers enthusiastically explored and reported actual situations happening to implement STEM Education in male public sector primary schools of district Lahore, Punjab province of Pakistan.
Methodology: The researchers structured quantitative leading to ex post facto research focusing positivist paradigm on a sample randomly selected 530 participants. The researchers administered Henson (1999) Sources of Self-efficacy Inventory, Rose and Medway (1981) Locus of Control Scale, Çukur (2009) Teachers Emotional Labour Scale, Nistor et al. (2018) Teachers questionnaire on STEM Education Practices and self-constructed questionnaire on national curriculum document 2006 based concerns/guidelines on STEM Education, to collect the data from male primary schools teachers working in public sector schools of Lahore. The researchers run regression analysis and Pearson Product Moment Correlation (r) to analyze the data.
Main findings: Findings of the current research revealed that teachers self-efficacy have affected 82.90%, locus of control 65.60%, emotional labour 70.50% and national curriculum document 2006 have affected 28.10% on implementing STEM education. Moreover, a significant strong relationship existed between self-efficacy and STEM education (r = .910**, n = 528, p < .05), locus of control and STEM education (r = .873**, n = 528, p < .05), emotional labour and STEM education (r = .840**, n = 528, p < .05) and a significant and weak association yield between national curriculum 2006 concerns and STEM education (r = .002**, n = 528, p < .05).
Applications of the study: The findings of the current research will be applicable for primary schools male teachers who break the ice about their cognitional, social, and emotional attributes that are practised to implement STEM education focusing national curriculum document 2006; as they monotonously worked for students lap of luxury.
Novelty/originality of this study: There are hardly any studies conducted on self-efficacy and STEM education but, void researches structured to measure the effect of teachers locus of control, emotional labour, and national curriculum document 2006 based concerns/guidelines on implementing STEM education. The authors has made a significant contribution by portraying clear pictures of current appealing situations happening in male public sector primary schools of district Lahore of Punjab-Pakistan.
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