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Q1: Summarize the article titled “Teaching Methods and Students’ Academic Performance”.    Marks= 20

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Teaching Methods and Students’ Academic Performance
ABSTRACT:
The objective of this study was to investigate the differential effectiveness of teaching methods on students’ academic performance. A sample of 109 undergraduates. Three teaching methods on student academic performance was analyzed using the General Linear Model based univariate ANOVA technique. The F (2, 106) statistic (= 10.125; p < 0.05) and the Tukey HSD post-hoc results indicate significant differences on the effectiveness. The mean scores results demonstrate that teacher-student interactive method followed by student-centered method.

INTRODUCTION

The main and basic role of instructing at any degree of training is to get an essential change the student (Tabbal and Kahssay, 2011). To encourage the procedure of information transmission, in the conventional age learning have reliably brought impressive enthusiasm up in the topical field of instructive research (Hightower et al., 2011). Also, learning. Remarkably, ordinary poor scholastic execution uses of ineffectual showing strategies by educators to affect information to students (Adunola, 2011). Generous research keeps up that instructors should be acquainted.
1.2 Research Problem
Imperfect scholarly execution shares understudies at advanced education consequence of insufficient showing techniques by teachers.
1.3 Research Objective
The goal of this examination was to explore whether there are critical contrasts the viability of various showing strategies on understudies' scholastic execution.
1.4 Research Question
Difference between or contrasts between the adequacy of various showing techniques on understudies' scholarly exhibition?
1.5 Null Hypothesis
There exist noteworthy contrasts between the viability of various showing techniques on understudies' scholastic execution.
1.6 Significance of the Study
The aftereffects of this investigation will give valuable insights on the differential viability strategies.
LITERATURE REVIEW
As indicated by Ayeni (2011), educating is a consistent procedure that includes realizing attractive changes in students through utilization of proper strategies. Adunola (2011) showed that so as to get alluring changes understudies, training strategies utilized by instructors ought to be best for the topic. In that capacity, arrangement of showing strategies with understudies' needs and favored learning impact understudies' scholarly achievements (Zeeb, 2004).
2.2 Teacher-Centered Methods
Under this technique, understudies just acquire data from the educator without building their commitment level with the subject being instructed (Boud and Feletti, 1999). It doesn't have any significant bearing movement based figuring out how to urge understudies to adapt genuine issues dependent on applied information. Zakaria, definitions and systems for understudies to remember, however ought to likewise effectively draw in understudies as essential members.
2.3 Student-Centered Method
With the coming of the idea of revelation learning, numerous researchers today generally embrace increasingly supple understudy focused strategies to upgrade dynamic learning. Most educators today apply the understudy focused way to deal with advance intrigue, diagnostic research, basic reasoning and delight among understudies. The methodology likewise inspires objective orientated conduct among understudies, henceforth the strategy is successful in improving understudy accomplishment (Slavin, 1996).
2.4 Teacher-Student Interactive Method
This training technique applies the procedures utilized by both instructors focused and understudy focused methodologies. The technique urges the understudies to look for important information as opposed to the speaker hoarding the transmission of data to the students. Thusly, look into proof on encouraging methodologies keeps up that this training technique is compelling in improving understudies' scholarly exhibition (Damodharan and Rengarajan, 1999).

II. METHODOLOGY AND PROCEDURE
3.1 Introduction
This area portrays the exploration configuration utilized in the examination, populace and test, information assortment, treatment of the test and measurable expository strategies applied in the investigation.

3.2 Research Design
The autonomous factors were instructor focused strategy, understudy focused technique and educator understudy intuitive technique; and the reliant variable was understudy test scores.
3.3 Population and Sample
The populace for this examination was college understudies from three fields of specialization; to be specific Human Resource Management (HRM), Accounting (ACC) and Marketing Management (MM). The understudies fall under the Department of Economic and Business Sciences; Kempton Park (Higher Education and Training) Campus; PC Training and Business College; South Africa. The example comprised of one hundred and nine (n=109) understudies; from which 22.9% (n=25) were guys and 77.1% (n=84) were females.
3.4 Data
The information for the investigation were produced from understudies' scholarly exhibition appraisal test scores. The test was set up by the teacher from chose themes of inferential measurements; specifically, certainty interim estimation, speculation testing and chi-square dispersion. The substance legitimacy of the test paper was guaranteed
3.5 Treatment
The sample was categorized into three groups; Group 1 comprised of HRM (n=46) students, Group 2 comprised of ACC (n=38) students and Group 3 encompassed MM (n=25) students. During the teaching and learning process, teacher-student interactive, teacher-centered and student-centered methods were applied on HRM, ACC and MM groups; respectively.
3.6 Statistical Technique
The General Linear Model based univariate ANOVA technique was applied to examine the effectiveness of teaching methods on student academic performance; following the framework adopted by Cooper & Cohn (1997): ------------------------------- (1) where: F represents the function which transforms x into y; y denotes academic performance test score of the ith student in group j; x represents the itch teaching method applied to group j; and C denotes the positive scalar; which overall further reduces to: ; ------------------------------ (2) where: TS represents academic performance test score of the ith student in group j; TM denotes the teaching method applied on the ith student in group j; and captures the effectiveness of the teaching method applied to a particular group. The effectiveness of teaching methods was analyzed using descriptive statistics and the ANOVA approach. Descriptive statistics were used to analyses the estimated marginal means, standard deviation and standard error estimates; while the ANOVA Tukey HSD post hoc test was applied to examine whether any significant differences existed between the students’ performance mean scores of the three teaching methods.


III. RESULTS AND INTERPRETATION

4.1 Descriptive Statistics
The result variable was understudies' exhibition appraisal test scores created from the inner test arranged by the instructor. Information were breaking down utilizing distinct measurements to inspect the profile of the example.
From the example
A hundred and nine (n=109) understudies; 77.1% were female and 22.9% were male. Leaners' execution evaluation test scores were recorded in the high, direct and low band classes; whereupon 30.3% (n=33), 67.0% (n=73), and 2.8% (n=3) were in the low, moderate and high classes; individually. The test results were completely scaled as: [75-100%] = high; [50-74%] = moderate; and [0-49%] = low (Figure 1).

Diagram:
In view of the encouraging strategy applied, the assessed negligible mean appraisals uncover that educator understudy intelligent methodology delivered the high mean score (mean=1.87), trailed by the understudy focused methodology (mean=1.79) and the most minimal mean score (mean=1.36) was recorded for the instructor focused methodology. The mean assessments for all the three encouraging techniques fall inside the 95% certainty interim groups. The outcomes uncover that consolidating both instructor focused and understudy focused training strategies in encouraging students is the best methodology that produces best understudy results. This outcome is steady with the finding by Wiggins (1987) who revealed that collaboration between the instructor and understudies during the educating and learning process urges the understudies to look for information instead of the teacher hoarding the transmission of data to the students. The assessed mean score (mean=1.79) recorded for the understudy focused methodology is insignificantly lower than that of the educator understudy intuitive methodology. This shows understudy focused techniques are additionally a powerful showing approach, which is steady with the finding by Lindquist (1995) who demonstrated that understudy focused strategies advance more noteworthy dominance of the subject than concentrating the progression of information as a single direction channel from the teacher to the understudy. Utilization of instructor focused strategies delivered results that were fundamentally lower (mean=1.36) similar to those inferred when utilizing educator understudy intuitive and understudy focused methodologies. This affirms with the finding by Hake (1998) who announced that understudies' next to zero dynamic inclusion in the learning procedure could lead them score poor scholarly accomplishment results.

4.2 Tests of Between-Subjects Effects
The outcomes got from the trial of between subject’s impacts (Table 2) demonstrated critical contrasts between execution test scores of the three educating strategies.

The presentation (F (2, 106) measurement (= 10.12) at 0.05 degree of centrality). Together with the SS, the amended aggregate of 27.743 shows inconstancy in the exhibition evaluation test score variable. The R-Squared (0.160) rises to the SS (Teaching Method)/SS (Corrected Total) = 4.450/27.743. To recognize which of the three instructing techniques evaluation mean scores contrasted fundamentally from each other; the Tukey HSD post hoc test was applied for the examination
(Table 3). Considering the quantity of correlations that were made, the Tukey post hoc approach was applied as a result of its capacity to control for alpha swelling.

IV. CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS

learning is a procedure that includes examining, defining, thinking and utilizing suitable techniques to tackle issues, instructors ought to understand that it turns out to be increasingly viable if the understudies are entrusted to perform as opposed to simply requested to recollect some data. An average taking in condition with an introduction from the course instructor joined by a talk neither advances students' investment nor fabricate the necessary degree of thinking among understudies

5.2 Recommendations
Research proof from past examinations shows that an understudy focused learning condition appears to create more elevated level learning results more proficiently inclination in choice of showing strategies by instructors in territories in which they have elite imposing business model information ought to be dodged to improve understudies' scholarly In addition, instructors ought to likewise expand their insight into different instructional techniques so as to keep understudies drew in and motivated throughout the learning procedure.

REFERENCES
[1]. Adunola, O. (2011),“The Impact of Teachers’ Teaching Methods on the Academic Performance of Primary School Pupils in Ijebu-Ode Local cut Area of Ogun State,” Ego Booster Books, Ogun State, Nigeria.

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