HomeIAMURE International Journal of Social Sciencesvol. 2 no. 1 (2012)

Teaching Efficacy, Interpersonal, Intrapersonal Skills and Teaching Performance in the Tertiary School

Marie Paz H. Angeles

Discipline: Social Science



This study investigates the relationship between teachers’ interpersonal skills, teachers’ teaching efficacy, and teaching performance as perceived by the teacher, peers and students. The data on teaching efficacy, teachers’ interpersonal-intrapersonal skills were generated through the different scales which were developed and validated by the researcher. The self-report of teachers on their efficacy was utilized to know more the samples’ perception on teaching and their attitude in the teaching-learning process. The data on teaching performance were generated from the peer and student sample through the teaching performance instrument. Descriptive statistics, item analysis procedure, Pearson correlation coefficient, using the SPSSPC-DOS program were basic tools for data evaluation. The following results were derived from the data generated: Teachers’ interpersonal skill is directly related to the teaching efficacy scores. Teachers’ intrapersonal skill is significantly related to the teaching efficacy scores.

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