Abdulrasool, Salah Mahdi and Mishra, Rakesh (2009) Teacher Attitudes toward and Perceptions of Mechanical Engineering Student Performance on CAD/CAM/CNC. In: Learning: the sixteenth international conference on Learning, 1-4 July 2009, University of Barcelona, Spain. (Unpublished)

The purpose of this study was to understand the effects of teacher attitude, effectiveness of various teaching method employed as well as teacher perception of the teaching experience on effectiveness of teaching-learning process of computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing and computer numerical control (CAD/CAM/CNC) module used in vocational education Bahrain.

Previous studies suggested that a part of the problem in CAD/CAM/CNC subject area is the use of inappropriate teaching methods which affect students’ achievements. It has been suggested that negative teaching practices for example, teaching without visual effects, lack of interaction in the class and lack of some kind of motivational tool may affect the student’s achievement. A questionnaire has been developed to understand teacher’s experience of the teaching learning process. The questions have been designed under the five categories. These categories are organisation, presentation, class room management, assessment process and teacher’s perception of teaching method used. These categories have been designed to help make the interpretation and explanation easier

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