The contribution of teacher effectiveness in the framework of professional commitment: An exploratory study of degree college teachers of Punjab
This seeks to provide an insight in to teacher effectiveness as an outcome of professional commitment by extending and discussing the literature review related to them. The study targeted of degree college teachers, who represented government and private degree colleges of Punjab. The research was carried in the following four districts of Punjab viz; Muktsar, Moga, Fridkot and Ferozpur. 400 teachers were randomly drawn from these districts as sample representative of the study. For the undertaken study the professional commitment was treated as teacher effectiveness and demographic variables served as independent variables. The main data collection instrument used in this study was Kaur, Ranu and Brar (2012) developed for professional commitment and teacher effectiveness instrument originally developed by Kulsum (2011). The researcher identify that there is link between the two and this as a practice can be effectively used by the teachers to enhance their outcomes.