Implementation of The B.Ed. (Hons) Program curriculum at post graduate levels; Problems And Prospects
This study aimed to explore the Implementation of B.Ed. (Honors) curriculum at University of Education and affiliated colleges: Problems and Prospect. The population of the study were teacher educators and prospective teachers who were the part of University of Education and affiliated colleges for the B.Ed. (Honors) program. The sample comprised of 300 participants including 200 students and 100 teachers from University of Education and affiliated colleges of Lahore. Convenient sampling technique was used for data collection. The researcher developed two questionnaires for data collection from teachers and students with the help of supervisor. These instruments were pilot tested for checking of reliability. The Reliability was found 0 .82 and 0.83 respectively. The Mean and standard deviation, t test were calculated for finding the problems of student and teacher and prospects the programme. The study revealed that teachers of the institution are facing more problems than the student during implementation of curriculum. It was also found that students of affiliated colleges faced more problems as compared to the University of the Education’s Students. This study revealed too that there was no gender wise difference regarding problems faced by the students and teacher, the students of affiliated colleges faces more problems as compared to the university students.