“Teaching Performance, Sense Of Belongingness And Attitude Of Thailand Adventist Missionary Teachers”

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Helen Tajoda

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The purpose of this study is to examine the students’ perception toward the Thailand Adventist Mission (TAM) teachers’ teaching performance. The research study used simple random sampling techniques in selecting the research participants. Data were collected through a questionnaire and were analyzed by means of descriptive statistics, namely, frequencies, percentage, and mean. The t-test and ANOVA were used to determine significant differences in the teaching performance, attitude and sense of belongingness of teachers when they were grouped by their profile. Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient was used to establish the relationship between the demographic variables. The study revealed that majority of the teachers at Thailand Adventist Mission (TAM) High School are male, 30-40 years in age, BS graduates and have been in the service for five years and above; majority of the students at TAM are female and 13-15 years in age. TAM teachers often feel a sense of belongingness and usually practice positive attitudes toward the school.Key Words: Teaching Performance, teaching technique, effective planning,student/teacher relationship, classroom environment, attitude and sense of belongingness.

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Tajoda, H. (2016). “Teaching Performance, Sense Of Belongingness And Attitude Of Thailand Adventist Missionary Teachers”. Journal of International Scholars Conference - EDUCATION/SOCIAL SCIENCES, 1(2), 229-234. Retrieved from https://jurnal.unai.edu/index.php/jiscedu/article/view/302
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