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Evaluation of Shock in Students Perception of Lecturing Skills through Stochastic Modeling


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Author list: Alkuwaiti A, rangan v, Ramzi D, Subbarayalu A, PRABAHARAN S, Palanivel R, KURIAN R, Vasudevan A, ANUMOLU G
Publisher: International Association of Engineers
Publication year: 2020
Journal: IAENG International Journal of Applied Mathematics
Volume number: 50
Issue number: 1
Start page: 177
End page: 182
Number of pages: 6
ISSN: 1992-9978
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Scopus ID: 85081786560
eISSN: 1992-9986


In recent times, higher education institutions
(HEIs) are seeking more attention in conducting surveys to
improve the quality of teaching and achieve academic
accreditation. In this regard, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal
University (IAU) also conducting various surveys to meet the
requirements of the National Center for Academic
Accreditation and evAluation (NCAAA), Saudi Arabia for
attaining academic accreditation. Among those surveys, a
survey named "Students Survey on Lecturing Skills (SSLS)" is
conducted to reveal the students' perception of lecturing skills
of instructors. In SSLS, the policymakers should reach the
fixed new target benchmark for overall students' satisfaction during every academic year. Therefore, this study aimed to use
stochastic modeling to predict the exact parameters which are
to be focused by the instructors to improve their quality of
teaching and enhance the overall students’ satisfaction towards
instructors’ lecturing skills. The results showed that the
instructors should focus on “Interest and motivation” (to
enhance the overall students’ satisfaction towards the lecturing
skills by 99% in the presence of a 5% increase in target
benchmark as per NCAAA standards during the upcoming
academic year. This study indicates that the policymakers can
make use of stochastic modeling in higher education to predict
the exact parameters to be focused so that the cost and time
spent would be reduced and make the process easier to achieve
academic accreditation.


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