The Use of Triangulation Methods in Qualitative Educational Research

Through triangulation in teaching & learning, we at PSIS assure the stakeholders, that we consistently strive towards the highest standards of excellence in the teaching-learning process.

Triangulation is the process through which teacher teaches the child by involving the parent. Therefore, it won’t be wrong to say that teacher together with the first teacher of a child (Parent) teaches the student and research says it is the best method to optimise the effectiveness of learning system.

Feedback is one of the most powerful influences on learning and achievement. This policy focusses on how feedback could be employed as a quality enhancement strategy in the teaching and learning process at any level. Teacher works on parent feedback to ensure that the child learns to his maximum potential and parents keep in mind the feedback of teacher while working on their ward at home. This not only helps in all-round development of child but also grooms the student into an ideal being. It’s a symbiotic process benefiting both the student and the teacher. When the two parties(Teacher & Parent) get feedback from each other, the teaching and learning process is enhanced. The evidences also reveal that the type of feedback and acceptance to work on it gives a winning edge.