Volume : VI, Issue : IX, September - 2016

A Study on Moral Judgment of Pre�Service Teachers

Dr. Manju. N. D

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 The present study examines the Moral Judgment of the pre–service teachers. The sample of 150 preservice teachers from Mysuru city was selected by adopting stratified simple random sampling technique based on the background variables namely gender, stream, and type of college of education. Pre–service teachers Moral Judgment was assessed with the help of Moral Judgment Questionnaire developed by Malathi and M. V. Vanaja (2003). Specific objectives formulated were:1. To assess the level of Moral Judgment of the pre–service teachers. 2. To study the Significant difference between Male and Female pre–service teachers with respect to their Moral Judgment. 3. To study the significant difference between Arts and Science streams pre–service teachers with respect to their Moral Judgment. 4. To study the significant difference between Government, Aided and Un–aided college of education pre–service teachers with respect to their Moral Judgment. Descriptive survey method was adopted for the study. The data obtained from the survey was analyzed using percentage analysis, ‘t’–test and one–way ANOVA. Findings of the study were: 1. A majority (60%) of the pre–service teachers in Mysore city were found to possess average level of Moral Judgment and (16%) were found to possess low level of Moral Judgment, Only (24%) of the pre–service teachers possess high level of Moral Judgment. 2. Significant difference was found in Moral Judgment of male and female preservice teachers. 3. No significant difference was found between Arts and science pre–service teachers in their Moral Judgment. 4. No significant difference was found in Moral Judgment of Government, Aided and Un–aided college of education pre–service teachers.

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Dr. Manju. N. D A Study on Moral Judgment of Pre�Service Teachers Indian Journal of Applied Research,Volume : 6 | Issue : 9 | September 2016


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