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IOARP Journal of Innovations in Teaching, Learning, and Assessment

IOARP Journal of Innovations in Teaching, Learning, and Assessment

Volume 1

IOARP Journal of Innovations in Teaching, Learning, and Assessment offers a forum for academics, scientists, researchers, and practitioners to explore theoretical and practical aspects of teaching, learning, and assessment. JITLA provides the contributors with a unique opportunity to impart knowledge and share contemporary research ideas and practices. Besides accepting articles on the core topics in the domain, we are particularly interested in manuscripts employing interdisciplinary approaches, potentially drawing from domains such as engineering and physical sciences, social sciences and humanities, and life, health, and biomedical sciences. 

Authors are invited to submit their contributions in form of theoretical and empirical papers employing qualitative, quantitative and critical methods, action-based research, and case studies, on all topics of teaching, learning, and assessment.


Volume 1
Issue 1, June 2018 | Issue 2, September 2018 | Issue 3, December 2018 |

IOARP Journal of Innovations in Teaching, Learning, and Assessment (JITLA)
15 July 2018
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Problems Encountered By a Pre-School Teacher

Enzo Gomes Faria, Limoncho Tatoyoz, Muhammad Juman

In this paper we aim at understanding the various problems encountered by a preschool teacher. The purpose of this paper is to elaborate root problems which are faced by teachers of all spectrums in kindergarten schools. We will also discuss different scenarios these super humans encounter in their day to day routine. It is often thought that teaching kids is fun, which is not always true. The toddlers have sudden mood swings and this can be very irritating for teachers when they have to handle a big class full kids who can’t even handle themselves and find every solution in crying. Patience and engaging activities planned by teachers is the only way which helps them in class control. The other problems faced by them are related to curriculum planning, hectic paperwork, handling administration, working in alliance with parents, low pays, and most of all handling toddler’s behavior.

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Tackling Noisy Students and the Mobile Phone Usage in the Classroom: A Disruptive Behaviour Case Study

Muhammad Adeel, Asghar Hussain

Disruptive behaviour is the most critical and persistent challenge a teacher faces throughout his career. Pedagogists term disruptive behaviour as the behaviour that stops the process of learning to take place. Disruptive behaviour has a catastrophically demoralising effect on the teachers. Study of the literature reveals that the instances of classroom disruptions date back to the 13th century Rome. An active research in this domain has enabled researchers to devise effective strategies to cope with disruptions of various natures. This case study analyses classroom disruptions caused by students indulged in making excessive noise, and use of mobile phones. We assess physical, emotional, and environmental factors behind these disruptions, and discuss strategies to effectively tackle them.

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Professionalism: Understanding its Meaning and Impact in Relation to Effective Teaching and Learning

Asghar Hussain

This paper will focus on elucidating what it means to be a modern professional in the teaching sector. It will discuss the notion of professionalism in light of changes in education and educational reform. Furthermore, it will highlight the importance of reflective practice, and as a consequence, the teachers will develop a clear understanding of their position within the educational sector as professional practitioners.

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