Proceedings of The 3rd World Conference on Education and Teaching
The effect of online teaching attendance and lecturer performance in the learning progress of art master students
Dr. Majlinda Hala , Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nazmi Xhomara
The study aimed to investigate the relationship between online teaching attendance, lecturer performance, and learning progress in the online teaching of art master students at the university. A quantitative approach was the method used in the research. The correlational research design was used. The first and second-year master’s students of an art university were selected to be used in the study. Correlational research design and an online questionnaire to get primary data were used in the study. The study revealed a high positive correlation between online teaching attendance and learning progress in online teaching variables (r = .812). It is also revealed that lecturer performance explains 75.7% of the variance of learning progress in online teaching. This indicates that online teaching attendance and lecturer performance influence strongly learning progress in online teaching.
keywords: online teaching attendance, lecturer performance, learning progress.