The study focused on the teaching methodologies employed by the DEBESMSCAT instructors teaching in the TEI programs. It wanted to get the extent of preference of the Instructors and the students on the methodologies used in the teaching of General Education, Professional Education, and Field of Specialization subjects.
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The Use Of Expanded Micro Teaching Skills On Reducing Anxiety In Teaching Performwnce Of Novice TeachersDate: 26-04-2013 07:36
Microteaching is a vehicle for development and training in Teacher Education (Andrew, 1987). The classroom transaction by teachers is quite essential and this can be improved by practicing micro teaching skills in a perfect manner. Microteaching helps teachers improve both content and methods of teaching and develop specific teaching skills such as questioning, the use of exam ... read full abstract ››
Effectiveness of any system, including education, depends upon both its quantity and quality aspects. Because of globalization and competition among education providers, quality has become an important issue these days. Quality education means quality of teachers, quality of learners, quality of courses, quality of planning and management, quality of infrastructure, quality of ... read full abstract ››
Process Indicators That Are Critical To The Quality Of Teacher Education Programme – An Exploratory StudyDate: 23-02-2013 18:18
This study aimed to determine the effectiveness of utilizing an innovative approach in teaching Ecology in the first year high school students. This research was conducted in a small scale, a non-probability sampling was used to compare the effects of the intervention in two particular groups. The pre-test-post-test matching group was utilized. The whole first year population ... read full abstract ››
This research aimed to determine the effectiveness of storyboarding in the confidence of students in answering biology test. The study was conducted at the Roxas City School for Philippine Craftsmen, Roxas City, Capiz from February 01 – 25, 2012. Twenty nine students were matched-paired based on the pre-test score.
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The phenomenon of Burnout began to emerge in the 1970’s. This construct was first explained by Herbert Freudenberg (1974) who described Burnout as a state of physical and emotional depletion that results due to work. Freudenberg provided the first definition of Burnout; however, in the 1980’s Burnout quickly became a popular topic and a number of authors wrote abou ... read full abstract ››
Level Of Appreciation Of Freshmen Students Towards Basic Mathematics: Inputs In Enhancing Mathematical Teaching StylesDate: 14-10-2012 19:16
This study determined the attitude of the respondents in terms of: usefulness of mathematics; level of performance in Basic Mathematics 1 1st semester of Academic Year 2008-2009; the major reasons for appreciating or not- appreciating mathematics; and the mathematical teaching styles to be sustained and those that need enhancement.
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This paper presents some preliminary results of a larger study that investigates the teachers’ motivation in the higher secondary classrooms. According to Marilena P. and Philippou, G. (2007) motivation of teachers can be measured through Personal Expectations, Sociocultural Definition, Interpersonal Demands, Incentives, Inherent Task Characteristics, Individualized Expe ... read full abstract ››