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ISSN No: 2321-5488
Vol 2 Issue 10 April 2015
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A STUDY OF ROLE COMMITMENT OF SECONDARY
SCHOOLS TEACHERS.
Bhosale U. V.
Head and Associate Professor, Department of Psychology , Yashwantrao Chavan Mahavidyalaya,
Karmala, Dist-Solapur (M.S.)
Co-Author Details :
ABSTRACT:
The objective of the study was to
compare the teacher’s overall role
commitment between male
teachers and female teachers of the
s eco n d ar y s ch o o ls . An o th er
objective of the study was to
compare the teacher ’s role
commitment towards students,
teacher’s role commitment towards
school, teacher’s role commitment
towards parents, teacher’s role
commitment towards society,
teacher’s role commitment towards
n a t i o n , a n d t e a c h e r ’s r o l e
commitment towards own
profession between male teachers
and female teachers of the
secondary schools. The study one
hundred male teachers and female
teachers were selected from various secondary schools. The study type of gender were independent
variable and teacher’s overall role commitment as well as teacher’s role commitment towards
students, teacher’s role commitment towards school, teacher’s role commitment towards parents,
teacher’s role commitment towards society, teacher’s role commitment towards nation, and teacher’s
role commitment towards own profession were dependent variables. Teacher’s Role Commitment
Scale developed by Meena Buddhisagar Rathod and Madhulika Verma (2003) was used for the study.
Finding indicates that there is no significance difference found between male teachers and female
teachers of the secondary schools in terms of their teacher’s overall role commitment, as well as
teacher’s role commitment towards students, teacher’s role commitment towards school, teacher’s
role commitment towards parents, teacher’s role commitment towards society, teacher’s role
commitment towards nation and teacher’s role commitment towards own profession.
KEYWORDS
Teacher’s Role Commitment, Secondary Schools Teachers.
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A STUDY OF ROLE COMMITMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS TEACHERS.
1.INTRODUCTION:
Various educationists have given the different explanations of the word educate. ‘The word
‘Education’ word originated from the latin word ‘Educatum’. Mahatma Gandhi says “By education, I
mean an all-round drawing out of the best in child and man-body, mind and spirit.”
Education is very important for the development of human. It is natural as well as spontaneous
process. Every animal learns through experience and make changes in its behavioral patterns. It is not
limited to schools and colleges. Education also helps human being to get good job and profession. It
helps to develop various dormant qualities in a child. Education helps the human being to become
cultured person. It helps to inculcate the moral and spiritual norms in child, which helps the cultivation
of character, physical health and body. Thus the physical development and disease free health is made
through education.
In this study, researcher has find out significant difference between male teachers and female
teachers of the secondary schools in terms of teacher’s role commitment as well as teacher’s role
commitment towards students, teacher’s role commitment school, teacher’s role commitment parents,
teacher’s role commitment society, teacher’s role commitment nation, and teacher’s role commitment
own profession.
2.OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
1.To study the teacher’s overall role commitment of the male teachers and female teachers of the
secondary schools.
2.To study the teacher’s role commitment towards students of the male teachers and female teachers of
the secondary schools.
3.To study the teacher’s role commitment towards school of the male teachers and female teachers of
the secondary schools.
4.To study the teacher’s role commitment towards parents of the male teachers and female teachers of
the secondary schools.
5.To study the teacher’s role commitment towards society of the male teachers and female teachers of
the secondary schools.
6.To examine the teacher’s role commitment towards nation of the male teachers and female teachers
of the secondary schools.
7.To study the teacher’s role commitment towards own profession of the male teachers and teachers of
the secondary schools.
3.HYPOTHESIS OF THE STUDY
1.There is no significance difference in teacher’s overall role commitment among male teachers and
female teachers of the secondary schools.
2.There is no significance difference in teacher’s role commitment towards students among male
teachers and female teachers of the secondary schools.
3.There is no significance difference in teacher’s role commitment towards schools among male
teachers and female teachers of the secondary schools.
4.There is no significance difference in teacher’s role commitment towards parents among male
teachers and female teachers of the secondary schools.
5.There is no significance difference in teacher’s role commitment towards society among male teachers
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and female teachers of the secondary schools.
6.There is no significance difference in teacher’s role commitment towards nation among male teachers
and female teachers of the secondary schools.
7.There is no significance difference in teacher’s role commitment towards own profession among male
teachers and female teachers of the secondary schools.
4.RESEARCH METHODOLOGY:
1)Sample of the study:
The research one hundred male and female teachers were selected from various secondary
schools. The research purposive sampling method was used for the selection of the sample. Their age
range was between 25 to 60 years.
2)Variables of the study
1)Independent Variables
a)Male Teachers
b)Female Teachers
2)Dependent Variables
a)Teachers Overall Role Commitment ,
b)Teachers Role Commitment towards students,
c)Teachers Role Commitment towards School,
d)Teachers Role Commitment towards Parents,
e)Teachers Role Commitment towards Society,
f)Teachers Role Commitment towards Nation,
g)Teachers Role Commitment towards Own Profession.
3)Material of the study:
Teacher’s Role Commitment Scale (TRCS)
Teacher’s Role Commitment Scale (2003) (TRCS) is developed by Meena Buddhisagar Rathod
and Madhulika Verma. This scale consist fifty eight sentences. This scale measures six dimensions of
teachers role commitment toward students, teachers role commitment toward parents, teachers role
commitment toward school, teachers role commitment toward society, teachers role commitment
toward nation, and teachers role commitment toward own profession. This scale meant for teachers.
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5.STATISTICAL INTERPRETATION
Table:1: Mean, SD and t Value on teacher’s overall role commitment.
Dependent Variable
Type of Gender
N
Mean
SD
Teachers Overall Role
Male Teachers
50 153.68
4.41
Commitment
Female Teachers
t
P
NS
0.662
50 154.33
0.05
5.36
Table no.1 observed that the mean score of teacher’s overall role commitment is 153.68 and SD
is 4.41 of male teachers of the secondary schools and the mean score of teacher’s overall role
commitment is 154.33 and SD is 5.36 of female teachers of the secondary schools. Obtained ‘t’ score is
0.662. Which is not significant at 0.05 level. Hence hypothesis no.1. There is no significance difference in
teacher’s overall role commitment among male teachers and female teachers of the secondary schools
is accepted.
Table:2: Mean, SD and t Value on teacher’s role commitment towards students.
Dependent Variable
Type of Gender
N
Mean
SD
Teachers Role Commitment
Male Teachers
50
65.60
2.69
Towards Students
Female Teachers
t
P
NS
2.109
50
66.90
0.05
3.43
Table no.2 observed that the mean score of teacher’s role commitment towards students is
65.60 and SD is 2.69 of male teachers of the secondary schools and the mean score of teacher’s role
commitment towards students is 66.90 and SD is 3.43 of female teachers of the secondary schools.
Obtained ‘t’ score is 2.109. Which is not significant at 0.05 level. Hence hypothesis no.2. There is no
significance difference in teacher’s role commitment towards students among male teachers and
female teachers of the secondary schools is accepted.
Table:3: Mean, SD and t Value on teacher’s role commitment towards school.
Dependent Variable
Type of Gender
N
Mean
SD
Teachers Role Commitment
Male Teachers
50
19.54
1.79
Towards school
Female Teachers
t
P
NS
1.947
50
18.86
1.70
0.05
Table no.3 observed that the mean score of teacher’s role commitment towards schools is 19.54
and SD is 1.79 of male teachers of the secondary schools and the mean score of teacher’ role
commitment towards schools is 18.86 and SD is 1.70 of female teachers of the secondary schools.
Obtained ‘t’ score is 1.947. Which is not significant at 0.05 level. Hence hypothesis no.3. There is no
significance difference in teacher’s role commitment towards schools among male teachers and female
teachers of the secondary schools is accepted.
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Table:4: Mean, SD and t Value on teacher’s role commitment towards parents.
Dependent Variable
Type of Gender
N
Mean
SD
Teachers Role Commitment
Male Teachers
50
10.42
1.13
Towards Parents
Female Teachers
t
P
NS
0.711
50
10.26
0.05
1.12
Table no.4 observed that the mean score of teacher’s role commitment towards parents is 10.42
and SD is 1.13 of male teachers of the secondary schools and the mean score of teacher’s role
commitment towards parents is 10.26 and SD is 1.12 of female teachers of the secondary schools.
Obtained ‘t’ score is 0.711. Which is not significant at 0.05 level. Hence hypothesis no.4. There is no
significance difference in teacher’s role commitment towards parents among male teachers and female
teachers of the secondary schools is accepted.
Table:5: Mean, SD and t Value on teacher’s role commitment towards society.
Dependent Variable
Type of Gender
N
Mean
SD
Teachers Role Commitment
Male Teachers
50
15.98
1.32
Towards Society
Female Teachers
t
P
NS
0.323
50
15.90
0.05
1.15
Table no.5 observed that the mean score of teacher’s role commitment towards society is 15.98
and SD is 1.32 of male teachers of the secondary schools and the mean score of teacher’s role
commitment towards society is 15.90 and SD is 1.15 of female teachers of the secondary schools.
Obtained ‘t’ score is 0.323. Which is not significant at 0.05 level. Hence hypothesis no.5. There is no
significance difference in teacher’s role commitment towards society among male teachers and female
teachers of the secondary schools is accepted.
Table:6: Mean, SD and t Value on teacher’s role commitment towards nation.
Dependent Variable
Type of Gender
N
Mean
SD
Teachers Role Commitment
Male Teachers
50
10.74
1.31
Towards Nation
Female Teachers
t
P
NS
1.079
50
10.98
0.87
0.05
Table no.6 observed that the mean score of teacher’s role commitment towards nation is 10.74
and SD is 1.31 of male teachers of the secondary schools and the mean score of teacher’s role
commitment towards nation is 10.98 and SD is 0.87 of female teachers of the secondary schools.
Obtained ‘t’ score is 1.079. Which is not significant at 0.05 level. Hence hypothesis no.6. There is no
significance difference in teacher’s role commitment towards nation among male teachers and female
teachers of the secondary schools is accepted.
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Table:7: Mean, SD and t Value on teacher’s role commitment towards own profession.
Dependent Variable
Type of Gender
N
Mean
SD
Teachers Role Commitment
Male Teachers
50
31.40
2.47
Towards Own Profession
Female Teachers
t
P
NS
1.122
50
30.80
2.86
0.05
Table no.7 observed that the mean score of teacher’s role commitment towards own profession
is 31.40 and SD is 2.47 of male teachers of the secondary schools and the mean score of teacher’s role
commitment towards own profession is 30.80 and SD is 2.86 of female teachers of the secondary
schools. Obtained ‘t’ score is 1.122. Which is not significant at 0.05 level. Hence hypothesis no.7. There
is no significance difference in teacher’s role commitment towards own profession among male
teachers and female teachers of the secondary schools is accepted.
6.FINDINGS
1.There is no significance difference found in teachers overall role commitment among male teachers
and female teachers of the secondary schools.
2.There is no significance difference found in teacher’s role commitment towards students among male
teachers and female teachers of the secondary schools.
3.There is no significance difference found in teacher’s role commitment towards school among male
teachers and female teachers of the secondary schools.
4.There is no significance difference found in teacher’s role commitment towards parents among male
teachers and female teachers of the secondary schools.
5.There is no significance difference found in teacher’s role commitment towards society among male
teachers and female teachers of the secondary schools.
6.There is no significance difference found in teacher’s role commitment towards nation among male
teachers and female teachers of the secondary schools.
7.There is no significance difference found in teacher’s role commitment towards own profession
among male teachers and female teachers of the secondary schools.
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