Below in Figure 3 is the graphical illustration. The mean and standard deviation for each category was Subscribe to Our Feed! A system that is committed to a high value effectiveness needed to be subjected to continuous Thesis on students perception in order to sustain its standard, lecturers evaluation therefore is a vital part of educational process.
Journal of Education, Lecturers age were graduated into three levels below 40, between the age range of 40 - 49 and above 50 years. Discussion The overall perception of lecturers on students competency in evaluating lecturers teaching effectiveness revealed a very positive perception.
The instrument consisted of 20 items and structured on a five point Likert scale, graded strongly agree, agree, undecided, disagree, and strongly disagree was used to generate the data. This indicated that the lecturers had their reservations on the fact that affected whether they are disciplined or not or the way they choose to live their life.
Yale Journal of Law and Feminism. All these could affect the validity and reliability of the evaluation results.
Student evaluation of teaching effectiveness: All items under the lecturers perception had a percentage above 50 which is an indication that lecturers had a positive perception towards students evaluation of their teaching effectiveness.
The number of professors were fewer because of difficulty of accessibility to some of them. This is because evaluation results itself will be an effective tool for lecturers development if they themselves understand the value and agree with the processes involved.
Among the respondents were 5 professors, 5 readers, 25 senior lecturers, 30 lecture one, 20 lecturer two and 27 were either assistant lecturer or graduate assistant.
There is the tendency therefore for students to rate low lecturers who will not compromise standard especially if they do not perform well in the course.
The issue of teaching effectiveness of lecturers has always been a point of attraction since teaching effectiveness hinges on effective learning. H Farley Confronting Expectations: International Education Journal, 6 5 The Objectives of the Study The objectives of the study therefore are to: Most students may prefer lecturers who do not challenge them enough in terms of the materials, activities and tasks demand on course taking.
Out of lecturers, 45 were below the age of 40 while 49 were between the ages of and 29 were above 50 years. The key problems associated with measurement and assessment of teaching effectiveness as highlighted by  also by  was that current measures for assessing academic for promotion in most Nigerian universities were not often linked with the capacity to teaching effectiveness.
Procedure The questionnaire were distributed to the lecturers and were required to indicate their personal opinion towards students evaluating their teaching effectiveness. Method The study adopted descriptive research design.
Educational Studies, 15 1 This notwithstanding, the fact that majority supported the idea, there were reservations in some areas. This was categorized into three: Ed Thesis University of Nsukka, This information will bring improvement to teaching and learning processes in our universities.
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New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 87, Majority had positive perception. Women in the Legal Academy. The opinion of some researchers was that the students who is being directly involved in teaching and learning processes from the teachers are in the position to evaluate their teaching because they observe the teachers directly in the class and also with the feelings that their findings could help to improve lecturers teaching performance.
Gold, Evaluation of instruction. EMPLOYMENT VS EDUCATION: WORKING STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION AND PRIORITIZATION OF BSOA WORKING STUDENTS Belmonte, Darwin Calingasan, Chesca Calumpiano, Deo Macabenta, Angeline Omlas, Dorris Anne Sanoy, Cierissa Joy Talaro, Cristine RESEARCHERS SY: Chapter I The Problem and Its Background INTRODUCTION Students are working hard, a new study.
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