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RESEARCH CONCEPT PAPER

Title: Results of Faculty Evaluation and Students’ Over-all Academic


Performance in Selected Nursing Major Subjects for SY 2010 –
2011: Basis for Faculty Development Program

Proponent: Jay N. Anislag

Expected Duration (in months): Five (5) months

Background of the Study

Education is a continuous and lifelong process. It is the process of development from infancy to
maturity. It includes the effect of everything which influences human personality. Education is a broad
term, the life long process of acquiring new knowledge and skills through both formal and informal
exposure to information, ideas, and experiences. It needs to be pointed out that the role of the teacher is
of paramount importance in the education system. He is the custodian of knowledge and instructor of
instruction. It is often said that the standard of education can not grow beyond the level or standard of
the teachers. Effective teaching is necessary for effective learning. To impart Education, teacher plays
pivotal role towards the student learning. A teacher is the member of a society. He lives and works in the
society. It is very common fact, if a trained teacher teaches the students; the performance of the students
is good because in the process of education the teacher is considered the most crucial element. In view
of this special responsibilities and roles, the researcher find it imperative to analyze the results of faculty
evaluation and the students’ over all academic performance, as basis for future faculty development
programs that would contribute to effective teaching skills of the faculty.

Objectives:

General Objective:
This study is intended to analyze the results of the faculty evaluation and students’ over-
all academic performance in selected nursing major subjects for SY 2010 – 2011.

Specific Objectives:
1. Obtain data on the clinical instructors’ profile in terms of age, gender, civil status,
highest educational attainment, length of teaching experience;
2. Obtain data on the students’ profile in terms of age, gender, year level;
3. Determine the result of the faculty evaluation based on the consolidated teaching
efficiency ratings from the VPAA, Dean, Level Coordinator, Peer, Self and Students;
4. Determine the students’ academic performance in selected nursing major subjects;
5. Identify the significant relationship between the clinical instructors’ profile and the
result of the faculty evaluation;
6. Identify the significant relationship between the result of the faculty evaluation and
the students’ over-all academic performance in selected nursing major subject.

Significance of the Study:

It should be pointed out that the major purpose of teaching is that of helping students gain the
knowledge, skills and feelings and values that they will need to function effectively in the society. And
the teacher can be most effective in carrying out this purpose when he consciously accepts his
responsibility as an agent of change.

The main goal of this study is to analyze the results of the faculty evaluation and students’ over-
all academic performance in selected nursing major subjects for planning and organizing strategies or
activities necessary for faculty development program implementation.

Scope and Limitations:


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This study will determine the relationship between the results of the faculty evaluation and
students’ over-all academic performance in selected nursing major subjects This will be conducted from
January to March 2011.

To gather pertinent data and information, a researcher made questionnaire will be employed. Part
I will look into the clinical instructors’ profile in terms of age, gender, civil status, highest educational
attainment, length of teaching experience; Part 2 will determine the students’ profile in terms of age,
gender, year level; and Part 3 will determine the results of the faculty evaluation based on the
consolidated teaching efficiency ratings from the VPAA, Dean, Level Coordinator, Peer, Self and
Students and the students’ academic performance in selected nursing major subjects.

To analyze and interpret the data gathered, frequency and percentage, average weighted value
and chi-square test will be employed.

Methodology:

a. Research Design:
The descriptive research design was used in this research study. Descriptive method of
research is a fact-finding study with adequate and accurate interpretations of findings. It describes
what actually exist such as current conditions, practices, situations or any phenomenon.

b. Setting
The research study will be conducted in the coastal areas of Ozamiz City. It is sandwiched by
both Zamboanga del Sur and Zamboanga del Norte. Lanao del Norte is only a 20 minutes, ferry ride
across Panguil bay. The city has an excellent harbor location. Its local port is the principal outlet of
mineral deposits, agricultural and forest products of the rich provinces of Zamboanga, part of Lanao
del Norte and Misamis Occidental.

c. Respondents
The respondents of the study are the clinical instructors of Misamis University College of
Nursing and bonafide nursing students. A simple random sampling will be employed to select the
possible respondents.

d. Research Instruments
A researcher-made questionnaire will be utilized to analyze the results of the faculty
evaluation and students’ over-all academic performance in selected nursing major subjects.

e. Validation
A questionnaire will be pretested for clarity and adequacy Items which seemed vague and
ambiguous to the said respondents will be improved and modified. The aim of this is to ascertain the
validity of data-gathering tool.
The reproduction of the final draft of the questionnaire will be made after it will be presented
to the adviser for corrections and suggestions. The corrections and suggestions of the adviser and the
panel members during the pre-oral will then be incorporated in the questionnaire and will be
distributed to the target respondents.

f. Statistical Treatment
To analyze and interpret the data gathered, frequency and percentage, average weighted
value and chi-square test will be employed.

Budget Proposal:

Submitted by:
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MARIA CARIDAD L. MUTIA


Clinical Instructor, College of Nursing

Recommended by:

DR. CYNTHIA S. SUPERABLE


Dean, College of Nursing