The general notice of education a few thousand years ago, was that of someone assigning lessons to a group of young people and punishing them for their mistakes. But now with the introduction of several communication media in transferring sophisticated knowledge into simple and understandable form and with substantial change in the education norms as well as is moving towards a speedy evolution. So, teacher education programme is must in order to have efficient and really capable teachers. The behaviour of teachers can be modified desirably by these programmes. In the present study teacher behaviour means the behaviour or activities of persons as they go about doing whatever is required of teachers particularly those activities which are concerned with the guidance and direction of the learning activities of students. The objectives of the study were to study the observation pattern of classroom interaction at both primary and secondary levels in the light of Flander’s interaction analysis and to compare them. The multi stage sampling was used. Ten primary and ten secondary schools of Bhiwani district were randomly selected. Survey method was used. For the analysis and interpretation of data Mean, S. D. and ‘t’ test was used.
Shri J.J.T. University, Chudela, Jhunjhunu (Raj.)