The Effect of Teachers' Attitudes on Students' Learning of Grade-8 Students of MSU-Sulu Laboratory High School
Keywords:Teachers, Attitudes, Students’ learning, Performance, Grade-8 students
This study was designed to determine the effect of the attitudes of teachers in terms of Clarity, Enthusiasm, Interaction, Organization, Pacing, Disclosure, Speech and Rapport on the performance of the grade-8 students of MSU-Sulu Laboratory High School. The eight components of teachers’ attitudes were used in the questionnaire to determine the attitudes of teachers. Descriptive research design was employed. The data were analyzed and interpreted using mean and t-test to determine the significant difference between the effects of the attitudes of teachers on the performance of the students. The students strongly agree to the effect of attitudes of teachers on their performance in terms of pacing and speech. They agree to the effect of attitudes of teachers on their performance in terms of clarity, enthusiasm, interaction, organization, rapport, and disclosure. The attitudes of teachers affect the performance of the students to a great extent. The performance of the grade-8 students in MSU-Sulu is very satisfactory. The hypothesis is accepted. There is no significant difference of the effect of the attitudes of teachers when the data are grouped according to sections.
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