The Impact of Good Quality Instructions of Early Education on the Performance of University Newcomers

F. H. AL-Othman

Abstract


Good quality instruction in the early years of education has a positive impact in helping newcomers in universities and colleges to adapt to the new environment. This concept is widely applied in contemporary higher education because of the numerous benefits it offers to the students and the instructors. It, is not therefore, subject to the context from which the writer comes from but it is considered a global issue which requires rigorous investigation from researchers and educators from different academic backgrounds on the grounds that newcomers in institutions of higher education are faced with numerous challenges that render them incapable of adapting, and performing well in their first days. Intensification of good quality instruction is inevitable for students to perform well in such an academic climate. Therefore, this article focuses on numerous components of good quality instruction, interventions made by university tutors, and the negative effects of lack of good quality instruction on the educational process of learners at a later stage. Moreover, the paper focuses on the importance of quality education to newcomers in preparation for higher levels of educations in order to be prepared for life challenges after graduation. It also attempts to describe the nature in which contemporary higher learning has evolved to necessitate adoption of good quality instruction in the curriculum.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/jel.v3n1p111

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Journal of Education and Learning   ISSN 1927-5250 (Print)   ISSN 1927-5269 (Online)

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