Teachers' professional characteristics, school climate and pupils' academic achievement in English : basis for a training program / Eugenia V. Tanio

By: Tanio, Eugenia VContributor(s): Mecate, Mario S. PhD [adviser]Material type: TextTextDescription: ii, 83 leaves : illustrations; 28 cmSubject(s): Teachers -- Training of | English language -- Study and teaching | Academic achievementDissertation note: Thesis (MaEd) -- Philippine Christian University, 2018. Summary: This study was undertaken to determine the professional characteristics of teachers, the school climate and academic achievement of pupils in English to serve as basis for a training program. It also identified the profile of English teachers in terms of their highest educational attainment, in-service training attended, length of service, and their English proficiency level. Furthermore, English teachers assessed their professional characteristics in terms of planning/assessing/reporting, diversity of learners, personal growth and professional development; and social regard for learning. Perceptions of teachers with regards to school climate in terms of attitude, self-acceptance, pupil's incentive, curriculum development and high expectation were also given emphasis.
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Thesis (MaEd) -- Philippine Christian University, 2018.

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This study was undertaken to determine the professional characteristics of teachers, the school climate and academic achievement of pupils in English to serve as basis for a training program. It also identified the profile of English teachers in terms of their highest educational attainment, in-service training attended, length of service, and their English proficiency level. Furthermore, English teachers assessed their professional characteristics in terms of planning/assessing/reporting, diversity of learners, personal growth and professional development; and social regard for learning. Perceptions of teachers with regards to school climate in terms of attitude, self-acceptance, pupil's incentive, curriculum development and high expectation were also given emphasis.

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