Impact of Capacity Building of Non-Formal Basic Education School Teachers on Classroom Teaching


  • Zafar Iqbal Department of Education, University of Sialkot Author


Capacity Building, Teaching Training, Learning Activities, Institution, Non-Formal Education, Knowledge, Skills


The term capacity building refers to the teaching and learning activities that help the social 
members of any institution achieve their knowledge, various skills, teacher's talents, and 
teacher's attitudes toward their occupational objectives. Through training, people are inspired 
to apply their knowledge, skills, and resources to advance organizational goals. The education 
acquired outside of formal education is referred to as non-formal education. The non-formal 
education is often used interchangeably with terms such as community education and second 
chance education for learners. Classroom teaching is a complex task because at the same time, 
many things happen. Teachers play an extremely crucial role in establishing a meaningful 
classroom environment for students learning. The objective of the study is to investigate the 
impact of training on non-formal school teacher performance, and to identify the role of 
capacity building on pedagogical skill at the primary level in district Chiniot, all (335) nonformal school teachers of district Chiniot were considered as the population of the study. The 
sample size of 124 teachers was determined by using with 95% 
confidence level and 7% confidence interval. A simple Random Sampling technique was used 
for the selection of respondents to collect data. The Statistical Packages for Social Science 
(SPSS) was used to analyze the data. Structured questionnaires were to be used for data 
collection from the respondents of this study. All the variables of the questionnaire clearly 
defined the objectives of the research. The study was descriptive in nature. The collected data 
openly defined the precise characteristics of the population. The design described the 
population by the opinion of the selected sample. The findings of the research revealed that 
teacher training change teachers’ beliefs regarding classroom teaching, helps in controlling 
the disruptive behavior of students, helps in developing classroom rules, and designing 
seating arrangement helpful in learning.


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