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Merits of Micro-teaching as Perceived by Student Teachers at Kuwait University

Al-Methan, Ameena Ebraheem, (2003) Merits of Micro-teaching as Perceived by Student Teachers at Kuwait University. Jurnal Pendidikan (UKM), 28 . pp. 65-76. ISSN 01266020

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This study examines the merits of micro-teaching as perceived by student teachers at Kuwait University. A micro-teaching inventory was constructed utilizing the perceptions of 75 science student majors. Subsequently the inventory was tested with another group of 67 student teachers. The findings of the study indicated that generally the student teachers agreed that micro-teaching has positive merits in (a) planning skills, (b) personality and (c) teaching competencies. A follow up study should be conducted on teachers in the real teaching environment in school.

Kajian ini mengkaji faedah pengajaran mikro menurut persepsi guru pelatih di Universiti Kuwait. Satu inventori pengajaran mikro telah dibina berdasarkan persepsi 75 pelajar guru pelatih sains. Inventori tersebut kemudian ditadbirkan kepada sekumpulan 67 guru pelatih lain. Dapatan kajian menunjukkan bahawa pada amnya guru pelatih bersetuju pengajaran mikro mempunyai merit positif dalam (a)kemahiran perancangan, (b) personaliti dan (c) kemahiran mengajar. Satu kajian susulan dicadangkan untuk mengkaji persepsi guru pelatih yang mengajar dalam persekitaran sebenar di sekolah.

Item Type:Journal
Keywords:Microteaching, Kuwait, Teaching methods
Subjects:L Education
ID Code:2758

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