Exploring The Level of Student Teaching Performance of The Pre-Service Teachers
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Universidad de Granada
Student teaching performancePre-service teachersCompetenciesQuality of accomplishment
Aileen Soriano (2023). Exploring The Level of Student Teaching Performance of The Pre-Service Teachers.Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers,Vol. 14(3). 26-33[DOI: 10.47750/jett.2023.14.03.004]
Knowledge, competences, and attitudes are the three most important factors that contribute to one's level of success in the teaching profession. The descriptive and correlational research designs were used for this investigation. The fact that the pre-service teachers' teaching performances were deemed to be adequate demonstrates that they had, at the very least, satisfied the fundamental and fundamentally important requirements of practice teaching. It also delivers the message that there is a lot of work to be done in order to further elevate their ability as potential future teachers. Using the criteria of the pre-service teachers' actual teaching checklist, a satisfactory teaching performance by the pre-service teachers indicates that they have a minimum level of competency in demonstrating punctuality and regularity of attendance, in addition to the quality of the accomplishment of any tasks that were given to them. In addition, this data suggests that they maintained an average working connection with both their pupils and the teachers who collaborated with them, in addition to other criteria. The College of Teacher Education at CSU Piat must explore more effective means and ways to improve the satisfactory teaching performance of their pre-service teachers such as remediation, constant giving of feedbacks and reflective learning, scaffolding activities, and the like.