Relationship of Research Productivity, Professional Trainings, and Organizational Affiliation to Teaching Performance in Higher Education (73825)

Session Information: Professional Training, Development & Concerns in Education
Session Chair: Enrico Rosales

Thursday, 23 November 2023 10:15
Session: Session 1
Room: Room 704
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation

All presentation times are UTC + 9 (Asia/Tokyo)

The present study investigates the factors influencing teaching performance among graduate professors, including professional affiliations, research productivity, and professional trainings. Information was gathered from professors in the graduate level, including aspects of teaching performance, trainings attended, research productivity, and organizational affiliations. Data was analyzed through an Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) test. The study involved a sample of 60 professors from the Graduate Studies department who taught across various disciplines. The inclusion criteria for selecting respondents were limited to those holding a doctorate degree. This criterion ensured that the sample consisted of highly qualified and experienced faculty members within the department. As such, teaching performance takes into account student evaluations within the past three semesters. Moreover, research productivity was measured at the number of publications for the past five years. Meanwhile, organizational affiliations take into account memberships relevant to the fields at which they are teaching, where they are in current active standing. The statistical results from the ANOVA test reveal that while the number of trainings attended does not significantly impact teaching performance, both organizational affiliations and research productivity have a significant effect. In light of these findings, it is recommended to create more opportunities for faculty involvement in professional organizations and enhance research infrastructure. Emphasizing the quality and applicability of training programs, rather than quantity alone, may also be beneficial. These actions aim to foster faculty development, improve teaching performance, and enhance the quality of education at the graduate level.

Enrico Rosales, La Consolacion University Philippines, Philippines
Gerardo Baez, La Consolacion University Philippines, Philippines
Ron Jewel Avendaño, La Consolacion University Philippines, Philippines
Benjamin Dillena Jr, La Consolacion University Philippines, Philippines

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Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00