# SOP No. 2.

Is there a significant difference in teaching competencies between the college teachers, pre-service teachers, and cooperating teachers? Null Hypothesis Ho: There is no significant difference in teaching competencies between the college teachers, pre-service teachers, and cooperating teachers. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) was used to test if there is significant differences in the teaching competencies between the three groups of teachers namely the college teachers, pre-service teachers, and cooperating teachers. Results of analysis showed that there is no significant difference in teaching competencies between the college teachers, preservice teachers, and cooperating teachers with sig=0.227 (the value of significance should be less than 0.05 to make it significant).
ANOVA Rating of Teaching Competencies Sum of Squares Between Groups Within Groups Total .506 17.463 17.968 2 104 106 .253 .168 1.506 .227 df Mean Square F Sig.

This result was further supported by the mean scores between the three groups of teachers in terms of Teaching Competencies. Notice that their mean scores were all high ranging from 4.19 to 4.35182. The college teachers have a mean score of 4.19000, pre-service teachers with a mean of 4.283 , and cooperating teachers with a mean score of 4.35182. Implication: These results of no significant difference implied that the teaching competencies in three groups were all of same level of competency which is high. Since the result is of no significant difference, the null hypothesis is accepted.
Descriptives Rating of Teaching Competencies N Mean Std. Deviation Std. Error 95% Confidence Interval for Mean Lower Bound College Teachers Cooperating Teachers Pre-Service Teachers Total 44 33 30 107 4.19000 4.35182 4.28300 4.26598 .460975 .376310 .361683 .411719 .069495 .065507 .066034 .039802 4.04985 4.21838 4.14795 4.18707 Upper Bound 4.33015 4.48525 4.41805 4.34489 3.060 3.750 3.580 3.060 5.000 5.000 5.000 5.000 Minimum Maximum