ASSESSING THE EFFICACY OF CPD TOOLS AND ACTIVITIES

ASSESSING THE EFFICACY OF CPD TOOLS AND ACTIVITIES

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VEDA’S JOURNAL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE (JOELL)

ISSN: 2349-9753

An International Peer Reviewed (Refereed) Journal

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ASSESSING THE EFFICACY OF CPD TOOLS AND ACTIVITIES

(The Case of Eastern Zone of Afghanistan)

Zamark Shinwari1*, Sanjay Kumar Jha2

1*(Amity School of Liberal Arts, Amity University Haryana, India.)

2(Amity School of Liberal Arts, Amity University Haryana, India.)

doi: https://doi.org/10.33329/joell.62.43

ABSTRACT

               This study is a pioneering attempt to assess not only the effect of employing Continuous Professional Development (CPD) tools on the in-service EFL teachers of Afghanistan but also to see whether or not the teachers’ acquired knowledge gained through CPD tools have positive effects on their students in terms of desirable learning outcome. To meet the stated objective, the study delves into experimenting how a set of formal and informal CPD tools may enable in-service teachers to hone their abilities and the abilities of their students in turn. As for the methods of data collection, the study used questionnaire to gather primary data from the ELT practitioners in the universities located in the Eastern Afghanistan, especially form the Nanagerhar, Laghman, Kunar University campuses, whereas the secondary data were collected through document analysis form different sources- especially library resources and research papers in the related field. As for the methods of data analysis, the study used descriptive statistics and analytical induction to analyse the collected data. The findings of the study are quite overwhelming on the front of using and acquiring CPD tools and functional competence respectively. This study also forwards some remedial measures to overcome the pedagogical lacunae found in the in-service EFL teachers to enhance learnability of EFL students. 

 

Keywords: CPD, ELT Practitioners

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