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Teacher freezingnes: does it make any differences in teaching and learning?

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The purpose of the present study is to find out the difference in teacher freezingness of secondary school teachers with respect to gender and teaching in different streams. The investigator has taken 200 secondary teachers from the Jalandhar district of Punjab (India) as sample by using simple random sampling technique. For collection of data the investigator has used Teacher Freezingness Scale standardized by Mrs. Haseen Taj and result analysis t-test has used.
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94
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2
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250-260
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  • School of Education, K.R. Mangalam University, Delhi - NCR, India
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