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In the education setting, most of the researchers are wondering if teaching style were distinct and could be measured. Most of the literature identifies learning styles and its inadvertent or direct effect to the teaching-learning process, but not much focus have been given to teaching styles and how teachers perform their functions in the classroom. A study was conducted to investigate teaching styles of school teachers. The study included the categorical variables gender, age, type of family, locality of the school and Nature of the school. Teaching Style scale was prepared and developed by the investigator. Suitable objectives were framed and set the hypotheses to test the objectives. Normative survey method was adopted and total 523 school teachers were selected randomly from the primary, secondary and higher secondary school in Cuddalore District. The collected data was statically analyzed by using ‘t’-test, ‘F’-test and correlation analysis. The findings of this study indicate that the female school teachers are having significantly higher level of teaching styles than their male teachers whereas the joint family school teachers are having significantly higher level of teaching styles than their nuclear family school teachers counterparts.
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