Teaching Practices Of Educators In China: Students’ Perceptions

Shah Syed Manzar-Abbas, Muhammad Ajmal Khurshid, Nazir Ahmed Malik

Abstract


The purpose of the study was to explore educators’ teaching practices in China. The study explored possible gender-wise differences among participants’ perceptions. Chickering and Gamson’s (1987) seven principles of good practice for education provided as a framework of the study. To administer the questionnaire, 177 respondents were sampled from post-graduate (44) and undergraduate (133) classes. Purposive sampling technique was used to conduct focused groups interviews. The research revealed that educators ignored some principles which were student-teacher contact, cooperative teaching techniques, prompt feedback, and encouraging different views and ideas in the class. The perceptions of female participants were better than males about educators’ practices

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