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Understanding the Link Between INSET Attendance and Teaching Efficiency of High School Teachers

Author(s) Cristine Joy T. Esparagoza, Jona Riza L. Asumo, Emilie S. Estelloso
Country Philippines
Abstract Recognizing the importance of in-service education and training (INSET) for teacher development, this study investigated its effectiveness in enhancing teaching efficiency among high school teachers at Southern Baptist College. Employing a convergent mixed-methods design with twenty-three participants, the study revealed that high school teachers generally perceive in-service education and training (INSET) positively and value its effectiveness in enhancing teaching skills and practices, but there is no significant relationship between the frequency of attending INSET programs and teaching efficiency. The study identified five essential guidelines that include conducting targeted needs assessments, practical application, individualized professional development plans, ongoing mentoring, and data-informed evaluation systems. The result revealed that the programs of in-service education and training attended by high school teachers were the pedagogy workshops, subject-specific training, technology integration, assessment and evaluation and professional development designed to enhance teacher’s teaching skills, subject knowledge, and classroom management techniques. Majority of the respondents attended the programs conducted by Southern Baptist College, Inc. The themes such as personal and professional growth, improved teaching effectiveness, enhanced mental abilities, positive workplace changes, transformative challenges, and emphasize collaborative approaches were drawn to address challenges and maximize benefits of ongoing professional development initiatives. Moreover, the effectiveness of in-service education and training (INSET) attended by high school teachers is perceived positively. The high school teachers in majority got Very Satisfactory in their teaching effectiveness. However, there is a weak positive correlation between the effectiveness of attending in-service training (INSET) and teaching efficiency of high school teachers. Thus, null hypothesis was not rejected.
Keywords In Service Education and Training (INSET), Teaching Efficiency, Teaching Effectiveness, Frequency, Program, Guidelines
Field Sociology > Education
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-04-01
Cite This Understanding the Link Between INSET Attendance and Teaching Efficiency of High School Teachers - Cristine Joy T. Esparagoza, Jona Riza L. Asumo, Emilie S. Estelloso - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.15951
DOI https://doi.org/10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.15951
Short DOI https://doi.org/gtpw89

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