• Ali Wira Rahman Universitas Muhammadiyah Pare-Pare, Indonesia
  • Rizka Indahyanti Universitas Islam Makassar




Lecturer, Teaching Performance


As the application of the four competencies for the lecturers in teaching and learning, it becomes a new business for them to fulfill those competencies (pedagogical, professional, personality, social). This has an impact on the provision of a new method for students in learning activities so that a lecturer would be able to develop a curriculum in accordance with the respective educational unit and the local needs of each student. The first pedagogical competence deals with the ability of a lecturer in managing the classroom and facilitates the students’ diversity. Sometimes lecturers apply different pedagogic actions with students' perceptions so that what is they supposed good by lecturers sometimes inversely with students’ intake. The aim of this study was to facilitate the perception of the students in regard to the pedagogical competence of a good lecturer. The result supposed to be some consideration from the lecturer in applied pedagogical action in the classroom.


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How to Cite

Rahman, A. W., & Indahyanti, R. (2021). FACTORS INFLUENCING THE LECTURERS’ TEACHING PERFORMANCE. KLASIKAL : JOURNAL OF EDUCATION, LANGUAGE TEACHING AND SCIENCE, 3(3), 96–105. https://doi.org/10.52208/klasikal.v3i3.112

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