College Pharmacy Students’ Perception of Academic Professors’ Online Teaching Performance: An Empirical Perspective from the University of Perpetual Help-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University

Authors

  • Ace N. Bombaes
  • Analiza P. Malalay
  • & Eduardo Soriano Jr

Keywords:

student perception, attitude, teaching method, teaching performance, online classroom effectiveness, reflective teaching

Abstract

The study delves on pharmacy students’ perception of academic professors’ online teaching performance and the factors that influence it. The main research question pertains to identifying factors that significantly influence students’ perception of their academic professors at the University of Perpetual Help-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University. The survey questionnaire was utilized to elicit information from 125 respondents with the help of SPSS v17 as the analyzing tool. The findings show that respondents regarded all these factors neutral which means that most of them were less inclined to express their actual opinion, thus giving the researchers an impression based on the gathered data that they were not satisfied with the way how teaching practices were executed and shown online. Therefore, the researchers adopted a paradigm on reflective teaching strategies, a six-step process that can help them as pedagogical practitioners

Author Biographies

Ace N. Bombaes

University of Perpetual Help System-Pueblo de Panay Campus, Philippines

Analiza P. Malalay

University of Perpetual Help-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University,Philippines

& Eduardo Soriano Jr

University of Perpetual Help-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University,Philippines

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Published

2021-08-31

How to Cite

Ace N. Bombaes, Analiza P. Malalay, & & Eduardo Soriano Jr. (2021). College Pharmacy Students’ Perception of Academic Professors’ Online Teaching Performance: An Empirical Perspective from the University of Perpetual Help-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University. Journal of Contemporary Social Science and Education Studies (JOCSSES), 1(2), 99–105. Retrieved from http://jocss.com/index.php/multidiscipline/article/view/61