Qualities of an Ideal Effective Teaching for Primary and Secondary School Teachers in Tanzania

Benjamin Mbeba Meli


Over the years in Tanzania, qualities for effective teaching in both primary and secondary schools have been propounded in different ways depending on the knowledge that teachers acquired during their training. These qualities have been largely dominated by attributes of teachers such as personality traits, sex, age, knowledge, classroom management skills, teaching methods and in-service training which might have had a bearing on the teaching effectiveness.  This paper attempts  to deplore and analyze various theoretical thought on how effective teaching can be attained among primary and secondary school and thus proposing the best theory that can fit the Tanzanian context.

Key words: Qualities, effective teaching, pedagogy, classroom management, teacher education, Professional development, teaching professional

DOI: 10.7176/JEP/11-9-26

Publication date:March 31st 2020

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