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Lecturer Profile, Student Satisfaction Rate and Teaching Method, Its Contribution to the Passing Rate

-, Juniarti and -, Sany (2011) Lecturer Profile, Student Satisfaction Rate and Teaching Method, Its Contribution to the Passing Rate. Asean Conference on Scientific and Social Science Research (ACSSSR), - (-). ISSN -

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    Abstract

    Petra Christian University Faculty of Economics, which consists of 8 programs is one of the faculties which has developed a core competency courses. This courses must be taken by students in all study programs under the Faculty of Economics. To maintain the quality of teaching, faculty management has facilitated with a variety of ways, including debriefing the lecturers, tightly selecting the part-timer lecturers, providing textbooks and various other learning tools. In addition, periodically, the faculty also conducts an evaluation of teaching through a questionnaire to obtain feedback from students related to teaching and learning process. The teachers who obtain a good evaluation score will accept an award as a faculty appreciation of their performance, this activities are called 'faculty award'. However, these efforts have not achieved optimal results, because the percentage of classes with passing rate less than 70% is still quite low. Therefore, It is needed to conduct an in-depth review with empirical data to get comprehensive information about the factors that influence the passing rate of core competency courses in the Faculty of Economics. The results are then expected to be useful as one of the considerations for determining the policies and efforts to improve the teaching process of Faculty core competency courses. This study will examine whether the lecturer profile, student satisfaction rate that represented by lecture performance score and teaching methodology have a contribution to the passing rate. Keywords—faculty core competency courses, lecturer profile, student satisfaction rate, teaching methodology, passing rate

    Item Type: Article
    Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
    Divisions: Faculty of Economic > Accounting Department
    Depositing User: Juniarti
    Date Deposited: 25 Aug 2011 10:15
    Last Modified: 25 Aug 2011 10:15
    URI: http://repository.petra.ac.id/id/eprint/15163

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