—This study aimed to determine the level of stress
the college faculty experienced in terms of Work related, Peer
related, Family related, Economic related, Schools’ Policies
related and Management Practices related stresses. It also
looked into the level of effectiveness of the faculty in their
teaching performance in terms of Classroom Management,
Communication skills, Facilitating Students learning,
evaluation and Teacher Student relationship. The respondents
of the study were the full-time college faculty who were teaching
at La Salle University in SY 2012-2013. It is a descriptive
research study and the data were gathered using a standardized
questionnaire. The data gathered were analyzed, and
interpreted through Weighted Mean and Rank. Results of the
study showed that the faculty experienced moderate level of
stress in the areas of Economic related stress, Schools’ Policies
and Management Practices stresses and experienced low level of
stress with Work and Peer related stresses. Most of the faculty
claimed they experienced very low level of stress with Family.
The overall rating of the effectiveness of the performance of the
faculty in all parameters were very satisfactory which means
there is still room for improvement to make it an outstanding
assessment in the future.
—Stress, effectiveness, teaching performance.
Julieta Remedios Betonio is with the College Faculty of La Salle
University, Ozamiz City (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Julieta Remedios Betonio, " Stress Factors and the Teaching Performance of the
College Faculty," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 5, no. 7, pp. 651-655, 2015.