Evaluating the quality of professors’ teaching process based on students’ view and professors of Persian Gulf University

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Mohammad Behroozi


Evaluation forms a major criterion in universities and higher educational institutes, for training expert human resources and producing knowledge and technology. Also important is evaluation of the teaching quality, for the accreditation and efficacy of a university and its academic faculties. This paper is a survey of the evaluation of teaching quality done based on surveying and comparing students’ and professors’ views among the business management, industrial management, and accounting departments in Persian Gulf University (PGU), Bushehr. A research-structured questionnaire was applied to measure and evaluate the teaching quality. The statistical population comprised of 1280 PGU students, including 28 faculty members and 276 persons randomly selected based on stratification sampling method. Content analysis was used for validity while Chronbach’s Alpha was used for reliability (α = 0.92). Findings based on T-test, ANOVA and other tests showed several effective factors impacting the attitude and evaluation of the teaching process quality.

Keywords: Teaching process, quality evaluation, Persian Gulf University.


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