978-620-0-24777-3

Students' Rating Of Instructional Effectiveness Of Accounting Teachers

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Summary:

Despite efforts by various governments towards education, the performance of accounting students has remained unacceptably low. As a consequence, poor performance of students in accounting over the years has led stakeholders to question the way the subject is being taught and as instructional leaders, teachers are often blamed. This book is primarily prepared to serve as a source of information for schools to plan an in- service training and other capacity building programmes for accounting teachers to update their pedagogical skills and knowledge. The book intends to provide feedback on the performance of teachers to help them identify how to better shape and improve their teaching practices. Also, it would help teachers determine the focus of their professional development based on what is actually occurring or not occurring in the classroom.

Author:

Donkor Nawaah

Biographie:

Nawaah Donkor was born in Techiman, the capital of the Bono East Region of Ghana, West Africa. He holds a B.ED ( Accounting and Business Management) as well as M.Phil (Curriculum and Teaching, accounting option) Degrees from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana. He is currently a staff of the Ghana Education Service.

Number of Pages:

136

Book language:

English

Published On:

2019-07-22

ISBN:

978-620-0-24777-3

Publishing House:

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

Keywords:

Accounting students perception, Accounting teachers effectiveness, Effective teaching, Senior high school students rating, Quality learning environment, Quality teaching model

Product category:

EDUCATION / General