Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao, Vo Van Kiet

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Teachers' teaching effectiveness is considered as an important determinant of education quality. Once lecturers are satisfied and love their work, they are willing to strive hard to do a better job, which contributes to the success of an education institution in training qualified human resources for the country. This study determines the factors that affect the teaching effectiveness of lecturers. The results of the actual situation analysis show that such factors as student’s feedback and result, colleague, facility, salary, bonus and allowance; all affect the lecturer’s teaching effectiveness in their own ways.

Keywords: Teaching effectiveness, lecturer, training quality.


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