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Vol. 12, Special Issue 12 (2023)

An evaluation of effectiveness in teaching: A case study

Niranjana Kumara B, Gangappagowda Biradar and Sharanappa
In the Present education scenario, teaching plays a vital role in bringing change in knowledge, Skill and attitude of the Agriculture graduates. The effective teaching would bring positive impact on performance of the Agricultural organizations, University graduates academics, and implementation of social programs related to agriculture development. Hence teaching and learning Skills of teachers can be evaluated based on the effectiveness in teaching via influence/impact on students at university is an indispensable factor in upholding the quality of the teaching for academic courses for this purpose evaluation case study was conducted at University of Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences, Shivamogga to evaluate the effectiveness in teaching of Assistant professors to influence the students learning and achievement of their goals. The newly recruited 102 Assistant Professors would constitute the sample size of the study. The six teaching-learning related indicators were identified to evaluation of them such as (a) Subject matter selection/relevance, (b) Organization of the matter, (c) Clarity of the subject matter, (d) Questioning skill of the teacher, (e) Eye to eye contact and (f) style or way of presentation. The questionnaires were developed to collect the data. The evaluation tools were used along with questionnaires were viz., Class room observations by the experienced experts, opinions by the fellow participant teachers and by self-evaluation. The data was collected by the concerned respondents and analyzed with the help of statistical tools. The overall results revealed that a majority (99.00%) of the newly recruited assistant professors were belonged to masters in agriculture and doctorate in agriculture disciplines hence this fraternity thought the farm science subjects they are well trained and student learning process is mainly teacher centered so they shown great teaching effectiveness to influence the student to achieve the students’ goals through pursue higher education and getting better jobs.
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How to cite this article:
Niranjana Kumara B, Gangappagowda Biradar and Sharanappa. An evaluation of effectiveness in teaching: A case study. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(12S): 1085-1093.
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