Impact of Parent-Teacher Meeting on Students’ Academic, Social, Emotional, and Psychological Development at Federal Government Educational Institutions in Pakistan

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Muhammad Akram Shaker
Dr. Muhammad Javed

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The prime and main purpose of this study was to investigate the Impact of Parent- Teacher Meeting on Students’ Academic, Social, Emotional, and Psychological Development at Federal Government Educational Institutions in Pakistan. The study was quantitative in nature, descriptive type and survey approach was carried out. The target population of the current research work consisted of all Federal Government Educational Institutions (cantt/ garrison) in Pakistan. It includes all head of the institutions and all male and female teachers. Sample comprised 33 Principals, 330 Teachers and 330 parents whose children were studying in these institutions selected on purposive basis. Two similar questionnaires and one interview protocol were self constructed. Validation was also carried out. The reliability of both the questionnaires for teachers and parents was 0.961 respectively. Many problems were combated by the institutions to conduct the PTM. The majority of teachers were master degree holders with 60.3% or 199 master degree holding degree in the current work. Most of the parents reported that PTM fosters motivation for students’ homework completion. Majority of the principals reported that Social participation will surely develop leadership skill.

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