The research aimed to evaluate the teaching performance in the light of the life and professional skills of the faculty members from the point of view of their students in postgraduate programs at the College of Education at King Khalid University. To achieve this goal, the descriptive analytical approach was used. A list of appropriate teaching performance of faculty members was prepared in the light of life and profession skills. In light of this list, an electronic questionnaire was prepared in the form of a five-point rating scale to evaluate this teaching performance from the point of view of their students. The final research sample consisted of (136) male and female students enrolled in masters and doctoral programs in six majors. The study tool was applied during the academic year 1439/1440 AH. The results of the research revealed that the level of teaching performance in the light of life skills and the profession as a whole among the faculty members was at a high level with a rate of (78.8%), and there was no statistically significant difference at the level of (0.05) between this level and the level of competence specified educationally at (80%). The results also revealed that there were no statistically significant differences at the level (0.05) between the degree of teaching performance of faculty members in the light of life and profession skills according to the demographic variables of the sample (program type, specialization, gender, years of experience, academic level). The research ended with a set of recommendations and proposals closely related to the results of the research.
M. Ibrahim, A.; A. Teleb, A.; and S. Abdelmagid, A.
"Evaluation of Teaching Performance in the Light of Life and Professional Skills Among Faculty Members at the College of Education, King Khalid University,"
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