The Influence factors of lecturer performance in implementing teaching-learning process in Midwifery Study Program of Magelang - Semarang Health Polytechnic, academic year 2005/2006

Mundarti, Mundarti (2007) The Influence factors of lecturer performance in implementing teaching-learning process in Midwifery Study Program of Magelang - Semarang Health Polytechnic, academic year 2005/2006. Masters thesis, MIKM UNDIP.

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Performance is an employee efficacy in completing a job. Lecturer’s performance can be evaluated from the ability in planning, implementing, and evaluating the teaching-learning process. Magelang Midwifery Study Program as one of diploma III educational institutions in Midwifery Major of Semarang Health Polytechnic has not optimized yet in learning process, besides there was a limitation in number of lecturers who have academic qualification.The research aim is to analyze the influence of lecturer’s performance in implementing teaching-learning process in Midwifery Study Program of Magelang for academic year 2005/2006 The research is an observational. The method of the study is cross sectional. Population of the study is a total population of fulltime lecturers in Midwifery Study Program of Magelang. Bivariate analysis was testing by chi-square test and multivariate analysis was tested by logistic regression analysis test. Descriptive analysis revealed young respondent’s age as 53.6%, low educational level (S1, Diploma IV, and Diploma III) was 75%, and there was only 25% of high educational level (S 2). Work experience in low category was 53.5%, high work-motivation was 53.6%, work satisfaction in low level was 53.6, perception of reward within good category was 60.7% and perception of supervision in good category was as much as 53.6%. Bivariate analysis result showed there was a significant correlation between age (p=0.002), education (p=0.038), motivation (p=0.002), satisfaction (p=0.023), perception of compensation (p=0.020), supervision perception (p=0.023) with lecturer’s performance in implementing teaching-learning process. Multivariate analysis result showed that there was an influence of motivation toward lecturer’s performance (p=0.008) with Exp value (b) = 25.670, and satisfaction to lecturer’s performance (p=0.057) with Exp value (b) = 11.209. Sumber Utama : www.mikm.undip.ac.id

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Subjects:A General Works > AS Academies and learned societies (General)
Divisions:Postgraduate Program > Master Program in Public Health
ID Code:2960
Deposited By:Mr. Mikm Undip
Deposited On:23 Dec 2009 14:45
Last Modified:23 Dec 2009 14:45

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