Views of Master Trainers about Induction Level Training of Elementary School Educators in Rawalpindi

  • Sher Muhammad PhD Scholar, National University of Modern Languages Islamabad
  • Dr. Hukamdad Associate Professor, National University of Modern Language Islamabad
  • Dr. Muhammad Samiullah Assistant Professor, (ECE&ETE) Faculty of Education Allama Iqbal Open University Islamabad
Keywords: Teacher Training, Induction Training, Trainers


The main purpose of this research paper was to explore the trainer's views on induction training. The researchers focused on Rawalpindi. Seventy-five trainers were selected from Rawalpindi. The total number of trainers in Rawalpindi was 300. Researchers prepared questioner based on the 5-point Likert scale. Cronbach's training was on planning lessons, communication skills, seating arrangements, school record keeping, and maintaining the teacher’s diary. There was a lack of training in preparation of tests, use of AV aids effectively, methodology of varied subjects’ teaching, papers, and assessment techniques. It is recommended to include some subject-based training courses at the induction level. Training of applicable use of AV aids needs major consideration. Appropriate training on assessment tests and essay preparation can be provided. Induction-level training lacks attention to the time management skills of novice teachers. During the training period, the time management skills of trainee teachers can be improved. Training on solo taxonomy may be provided. Time management skills of newly Alpha Reliability of the questioner was 0.85. The researchers collected the data themselves. The mean value with percentage was used for data analysis. The focus of induction level inducted teachers may be focused on training.

How to Cite
Sher Muhammad, Dr. Hukamdad, & Dr. Muhammad Samiullah. (2021). Views of Master Trainers about Induction Level Training of Elementary School Educators in Rawalpindi. Research Journal of Social Sciences and Economics Review, 2(2), 227-231.