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PRESENTING AND VERIFYING AN EFFECTIVE TEACHING MODEL FOR TEACHERS AT TABRIZ UNIVERSITY

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 Start Page 77 | End Page 97

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 The main purpose of this research was to present and verify an effective TEACHING method for faculty members at Tabriz University. This research was a descriptive survey. The statistical population of this research contains two parts. The first part includes Tabriz university factory members (N=541) and the second part includes educational sciences specialists from different universities of Tabriz (N=32) (Tabriz university, Islamic Azad university and Payame Noor university). Krejcie and Morgan table was used to choose 225 sample for the first part through random classification sampling method. In this research, a (researcher made) questionnaire with 36 items and 5 choices in Likert Scale was used. The validity of the questionnaire was investigated on the basis of credible scientific resources by 3 experts; its reliability was examined through a pilot study among 30 people, using Cronbach's Coefficient Alpha which was found to be 0.93.Then, the questionnaires were distributed among the participants. The data was investigated using SPSS19 and LISREL softwares. A T-Test was used to identify the components of effective TEACHING model, factor analysis was used for the proposed model, and finally descriptive statistics was used to test the validity of the model. The findings show that the proposed effective TEACHING model contains four effective parameters of professional TEACHING skills: ability to communicate with students, mastery of materials and contents, and evaluation that compose 77% of the total variance of effective TEACHING. From specialists point of view, the credibility of the proposed effective TEACHING model is 83.6 out of 100.

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