A Research-Based Evaluation Instrument of Teaching Performance Focused on the Learning Outcomes
AbstractAll higher educational institutions in the Philippines have recently adopted the Outcomes-Based Education (OBE), and this has resulted in the need to revise how the faculty is to be evaluated. This study developed an evaluation instrument of the teaching performance of the faculty based on the learning outcomes. The study was conducted at Bukidnon State University with college students randomly selected from the different colleges. Factor analysis was used to generate the constructs. The researchers used Develop, Pilot Test, Evaluate, and Implement (DPTIE) model. The five factors with the constructs are Factor I – Motivation for Learning and Lesson Presentation, Factor II – Management of Learning; Factor III – Innovativeness and Creativity, Factor IV – Mastery of the Subject Matter, and Factor V – Assessment of Learning. Items corresponding to these factors or constructs are found in the final instrument. The evaluation tool was found to be valid and reliable to measure the performance of faculty. It cannot be seen yet how this can be applied to OBE where outcomes of learning are emphasized because the new curricula have to be implemented. However, it is recommended that this evaluation tool is utilized by the students, chairpersons, and deans to evaluate the teaching performance of the faculty. Keywords: research-based learning outcomes, Outcomes-Based Education (OBE), factor analysis, evaluation tool, factor loadings
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