Dimensions of Quality in Teacher Education: Perception and Practices of Teacher Educators in the Universities of Sindh, Pakistan

Zafarullah Sahito, Pertti Vaisanen


This study was conducted to explore the dimensions of quality education in teacher education departments at universities of Sindh province of Pakistan. The qualitative research approach was employed for data collection and then analysed through thematic-narrative analysis technique. The total eight dimensions of quality were found, as two were concerned with pre-sage, four as process and two as product dimensions, known as 3Ps. The findings of this article would be found reliable resource and an addition in to the existing literature of quality education to understand the phenomenon in existing organisational setting of teacher education departments and institutions in Sindh, Pakistan. The radical reforms for educational and economic development can be brought through better understanding of the phenomenon of the quality education, which support the teacher educators, students and the heads to maintain peace and prosperity for humanity in their respective societies through quality teaching-learning process.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/ijhe.v6n6p44


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