What do my Students Think of my Way of Teaching? An Approach in a Developing Country.
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higher education
teacher education/development
developing country

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Gabalán-Coello, J., Vásquez-Rizo, F., & Laurier, M. (2019). What do my Students Think of my Way of Teaching? An Approach in a Developing Country. Saber, Ciencia Y Libertad, 14(2), 232-246. https://doi.org/10.18041/2382-3240/saber.2019v14n2.5888


The present study is an academic construct that seeks to know which aspects that influence the overall performance appraisal of a teacher, in terms of the variables universally accepted by the scientifc community are: compliance, commitment, ownership, methodology, evaluation and relationships interpersonal. This study takes as a source of information the opinions of students, gathered through questionnaires perception of the development of courses in a Colombian university. A grouping is done by the subject areas they belong to the subjects taught, recognizing the specifcity of the nuclei of these subjects. A procedural level binary logistic regression was used, identifying the dichotomy of each variable teacher who is in the standard of quality defned by institutional policy. This intends to conclude on the incidence of particular satisfaction in teacher performance variables regarding overall satisfaction, seen at both disciplinary and institutional levels.

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