Effectiveness of teaching module on selected life skill approaches in promoting self esteem of the school going adolescent girls in Puducherry, India
- 1College of Nursing, Mother Teresa Post Graduate & Research Institute of Health Sciences, Puducherry, India
Res. J.Educational Sci., Volume 6, Issue (1), Pages 1-6, January,1 (2018)
Adolescent girls are unique in their personality who perceives fluctuating and unstable self-esteem especially in their early adolescent stage of development. They struggle to maintain positive values and principles in turn are confident to plan futuristic goals. A study was conducted on 358 adolescent girls to evaluate the effectiveness of the teaching module using selected life skills in promoting the self-esteem of the school going adolescent girls using self administered questionnaire followed with teaching module to enhance the self-esteem The significant differences in the findings revealed the effectiveness of the module.
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