Background and Aim: Students’ evaluations of instructors’ lecturing skills have proved to be an essential component of quality management in higher education institutions (HEIs). Hence, this study intended to reveal the gender differences in medical students’ perception of lecturing skills.
Methods: The exploratory study design was adopted to explore the gender differences in medical students’ perception of lecturing skills at Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University (IAU) in Saudi Arabia. This study covers the entire population of students (n=570) studying an undergraduate medical program at IAU during the academic year 2015-16. “Students Survey of Lecturing Skills (SSLS)” questionnaire was administered to these students using “UDQuest,”. The data analysis was carried out using SPSS version-20. The SEM analysis was done using Analysis of Moment Structures (AMOS) software version 5.0.
Results: The SEM analysis reveals that the variables used in SSLS are positively related to the students’ overall perception of lecturing skills (p
Lecturing skills, Saudi Arabia, Structural equation modelling, Students perception
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