Instructors’ Style of Teaching in Philippines: Implications for Professional Development in Philippines

Authors

  • Mylah Sison Research and Publications Office, La Consolacion University Philippines

Abstract

In the education setting, most of the researchers are wondering if teaching style were distinct and
could be measured. Most of the literature identifies learning styles and its inadvertent or direct
effects to the teaching-learning process, but not much focus has been given to teaching styles and
how teachers perform their functions in the classroom. The study aims to discover the Instructors’
styles of teaching in Philippines using the Staffordshire Evaluation of Teaching Styles (SETS). A
sample of 29 instructors were gathered for the study and where the SETS were administered.
Results showed that most college instructors fall under the sixth type of teaching style which is the
“one-off teacher” is. Recommendations and ideas for differentiation are also provided in this
study.

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Published

2022-09-26

How to Cite

Sison, M. (2022). Instructors’ Style of Teaching in Philippines: Implications for Professional Development in Philippines. PREMIER JOURNAL OF EDUCATION, 6(1), 92–102. Retrieved from https://journals.iapaar.com/index.php/pje/article/view/92