Conduct disorder is a serious behavioral and emotional disorder that can occur in children and teens. The aim of the present study is to increase the knowledge of school teachers regarding conduct disorder and its management .The study objectives is to assess the pretest and posttest knowledge score regarding conduct disorder and its management in children among school teachers and to assess the effectiveness of computer assisted teaching program regarding conduct disorder and its management in children among school teachers and to associate the pretest knowledge score regarding conduct disorder and its management in children among school teachers with selected socio demographic variables and study parameter. The study Design was pre experimental, one group pretest and post test research design. The sample size is 60 school teachers from selected schools. A purposive sampling was used to select the samples for study. Findings: Pretest knowledge mean was 20.6 and post test mean was 24.03, mean % of pretest and post test was 1.66% and standard deviation of pretest knowledge was 3.611 and posttest was 2.753. Pre test knowledge (1.7%) were having excellent knowledge, (93.3%) having good knowledge, and (5%) having average knowledge and in post test (15%) were having excellent knowledge, 85% having good knowledge, 0% average knowledge. Mean difference of pretest knowledge and post test are 3.43, standard error of pretest knowledge is 0.466 and post test is o.355. The paired t test value is 5.39which is highly significant at p> 0.o5 which proves the effectiveness of computer assisted teaching program. Conclusion: The study conducted that the computer assisted teaching program was effective and increased the knowledge of the school teachers regarding conduct disorder in children and its management.
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Divya Lore. Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Computer assisted Teaching Programme on Knowledge among school Teachers Regarding Conduct Disorder and its Management in children in Selected Schools at Bhilai (C.G). Int. J. of Advances in Nur. Management. 2018; 6(1): 47-49. doi: 10.5958/2454-2652.2018.00011.2