Special Education Teacher

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Dr. Sameen Masood Assistant Professor Institute of Social and Cultural Studies, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan sameen.pu@gmail.com Dr. Muhammad Ali Jibran Qamar Assistant Professor, Department of Management Sciences, COMSATS, Lahore, Pakistan majqamar@gmail.com Abstract Teaching is among a noble profession and teaching special children is far more demanding and challenging. The satisfaction of teachers has direct effect on the quality of education transferred to the students. The focus of this study was to discover the level of satisfaction of job of special education teachers teaching in private institutes of Lahore in the background of existence, relatedness and Growth theory.…show more content…
Teacher’s satisfaction reduces attrition, enhance and improve teacher’s job performance and has impact on student’s outcome. Job satisfaction mentions to approach and feelings, people have about their work. Positive and encouraging attitude towards job indicate job gratification. Negative and disapproving attitude to job shows job dissatisfaction. Special education teachers have greater responsibility than those teachers who teach normal students. They put great energy and enthusiasm to ensure that students are learning. Extreme and challenging tasks make it problematic for special educators to function efficiently in classrooms (Billingsley,…show more content…
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