• Qazi Shahabuddin Department of Education, City University of Science and Information Technology, Peshawar.


Teachers’ Efficacy, TSES, Academic Achievement, Regression, JEL classification, I20, C40


The research objective was to assess the impact of the teachers’ efficacy on students’ academic achievement. Two scales, Teacheri Sensei of Efficacy Scale (TSESi) and Students’ Academic Achievements scale were adopted for the purpose of data collection from teachers and students of 10th class in district Peshawar. The findings of One-sample t test revealed that all the respondents are in favor of the existence of all four variables. The finding of independent sample t-test for all four variables revealed that teachers and students are significantly differed to assign mean values to three variables.  The finding of the regression analysis found that student engagement and classroom management significantly contributed towards the academic achievement of the students whereas instructional strategies does not contribute, being insignificant. The study found through the incorporation of differential slope dummies and differential intercept that teachers and students behave differently.

Author Biography

Qazi Shahabuddin, Department of Education, City University of Science and Information Technology, Peshawar.

PhD Scholar and Secondary School Teacher, Department of Education, Elementary and Secondary Education, Peshawar.


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