THE INFLUENCE OF THE LEVEL OF EDUCATION AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE ON LECTURERS’ TEACHING PERFORMANCE
E. Keynote Mohamed Salleh Mohamed Yasin_AN OVERVIEW OF QUALITY ASSURANCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION.pdf (2.785Mb)
Utami, Eristy Minda
Wijaya, John Henry
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Formal education is broadly taken as a cutting edge investment that can increase workforce’s productivity; therefore, the role of qualified lecturers is indispensable in providing a steady flow of experts and professionals in each specific field. University teaching and administrative staff are an important aspect of a university that has to be constantly upgraded in order to ensure the quality of its graduates who in turn can perform better in their work. The purpose of this research is to analyze the influence of education level and teaching experience both partially and simultaneously on the teaching process effectiveness at Widyatama University.The research uses primary data obtained through interviews and questionnaires from 100 repondents, and secondary data from related sources for each units and also literatures. The result shows that there is a significant influence between a lecturer’s education level and experience and his or her teaching effectiveness partially and simultaneously, whereas both education and experience give positive influence of the effectiveness of teaching process.