Attitude of Marine Engineering Students on Some School-Related Factors and their Academic Performance in Electro Technology 1 and 2
|Author(s)||by Teresa E. Bacay, Conrado I. Dotong, Jake M. Laguador|
|Keywords||Electro Technology, Marine Engineering, Academic Performance|
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It is the major purpose of this study to determine the relationship between the academic performance of Marine Engineering students in Electro Technology course and their attitudes towards the subject itself, the instructor’s methods of teaching and the learning environment. Descriptive-correlation method of research was utilized in the study. Results showed that more than one-third of the population of the Third year marine Engineering students has average rating performance in Electro Technology 1 while good performance in Electro Technology 2. Students have high positive attitude towards the subject itself more than the instructors’ methods of teaching and the learning environment. Positive correlation has been also concluded between the final grades in Electro Technology and the attitude towards the subject and the teachers’ method of teaching. Enhancement of students’ interest towards the subject is suggested to get better appreciation of the profession. Instructors may relate the topics to real life situation in the work environment especially the maintenance, operation and installation of different machineries and systems in the vessel, as well as the development and construction of marine vessels.
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