VALIDATION AND EFFECTIVENESS OF INTERACTIVE LEARNING MODULE IN COOKERY 9 FOR SELF-REGULATED LEARNING


Rose Ann P. Padilla
Teacher, Laguna State Polytechnic University
Abstract
This research was entitled “Validation and Effectiveness of Interactive Learning Module in Cookery 9 For Self-Regulated Learning”. The study aimed to develop, validate, determine the acceptability of an interactive learning module for cookery 9. Specifically, this study sought answers to the following questions. 1. What is the level of validity of the components of the module as rated by the respondents in terms of Learning Objectives, Content, Learning Procedure and Learning assessment. 2. What is the level of acceptability of the characteristics of the developed interactive module for cookery as evaluated by the experts based on its; Aesthetic value, Clarity, Organization, Relevance Suitability. 3. What is the level of student’s performance in cookery 9 in terms of practical test as of preparing appetizers, preparing salad and salad dressing, preparing sandwiches and preparing desserts. 4. Is there a significant relationship on the validity of the developed interactive module for cookery 9 and student’s performance? The descriptive and experimental research design was used. The respondents of the study included were the twelve TLE teachers who evaluated the developed interactive learning module. Three hundred nineteen Grade 9 students of Lucban Academy who used the module for the school year 2020-2021. The findings revealed that the parts of the interactive learning module as perceived by the TLE teachers was interpreted as very high in terms of its components such as; learning objectives, learning contents, learning procedures, and learning assessments. While its Characteristics was interpreted by the respondents as highly acceptable in its aesthetic value, clarity, organization, relevance and suitability. The respondents’ performances, shows that the interactive learning module used for the four quarters was verbally interpreted as very satisfactory. The hypothesis stated there is no significant relationship between the validity of the learning module and student’s performance for the four quarters was rejected.
Keywords: Interactive learning module, Learning objectives, Learning contents, Learning Procedures, Learning assessment, Aesthetic value, Clarity, Organization, Relevance, Suitability, Practical test
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Environmental Economics, Commerce and Educational Management

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Published on : 2021-07-15

Vol : 8
Issue : 7
Month : July
Year : 2021
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