Impact of Multi-Grade Teaching on Student Learning

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Nudrat Fatima
Dr. Sumera Mahmood
Aatikah Noor

Abstract

This qualitative study looks delves how teaching many classes together affects student learning in different schools across Punjab, Pakistan. Common classrooms with students from different grade levels mixed are a usual way to deal with lack of resources and problems in places. The affectability of this teaching method is still to be known. This study aims to provide detailed understanding about the views, issues, and ways of dealing with students in classrooms where there are many grades. The study plan uses a finding out way, by having conversations that are set but not too much, watching classes and looking at papers. The researchers pick 40 people for the study, including both teachers who teach many grades and school leaders who come from different schools, locations and have different money situations.


The study shows how different teaching in mixed grades is. It tells that working together to learn helps the teaching-learning process. Teaching can be hard because you need to plan lessons, make pictures for learning, and have things that match. This could slow down how well the teacher teaches. It's funny that there's not much difference between teachers and school leaders when dealing with students from different grades.


This study shows how important it is to learn about the complex parts of teaching more than one grade at a time. Lessons from students' experiences help improve teaching methods, guide policy choices, and finally make school better in classrooms with more grades. The study ends by suggesting changes like adding fun and team learning, giving money for teaching tools, and making school rules to fix problems.

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