Use of Reflective Practices on Teaching-Learning in Distance Education

  • Uzma Murad Panhwar University of Jamshoro Sindh
  • Muhammad Farshad Central China Normal University, China
  • Zohran Jumani Iqra University


This study is aimed at examining the use of teacher reflective practices in future professional development. The research was conducted to assess the effectiveness of educators' reflective behaviors on prospective teachers. After completing their under-graduation/ graduation degree from the distance teacher education programs, how much they will be professionally developed to use reflective practices effectively. Here, particularly the effectiveness of reflective practices of teacher educators for the professional development of future teachers has been investigated. For this survey, the researcher has used a five-point Likert scale, interview, classroom observation, and one-way Chi-square test. The study concludes with recommendations and implications based on the findings.  For this investigation, the population is all the distance teacher educators’ program from all the public universities in Sindh. The researcher selected 595 prospective teachers as a sample purposefully and 32 teacher educators for classroom observation. 

Author Biographies

Uzma Murad Panhwar, University of Jamshoro Sindh

Department of EMS

Muhammad Farshad, Central China Normal University, China

PhD Scholar School of Foreign Languages

Zohran Jumani, Iqra University

M. Phil Scholar