TEACHERS PERSPECTIVE IN NEW LEARNING MODALITIES VIS-A-VIS STUDENTS ABILITY: PHENOMENOLOGICAL INQUIRY
Angelica Kean Bantasan, Ma. Melanie N. Edig , Ronald S. Decano
Graduate Student, Davao del Norte State College
As far as I observed, teachers are now being held to new levels of accountability for improving student outcomes. It sought the personal hands-on experiences of participants and its perspective towards attaining quality education in new normal modalities. The research design of this study utilized the phenomenological method to determine the teacherâ€™s perspective on the learning modalities vis-a-vis studentsâ€™ ability in The Rizal Memorial Colleges, Inc. The participants of this study were composed of 10 Senior High School teachers. The data obtained identified emergent themes clustered, namely: appropriateness of learning modalities, interactions in transmitting knowledge effectively, communication and connection, encouraging learners, helping learners, engaging different learning modalities, developing learning competency, achieving different teaching approaches, considering studentâ€™s needs, proposing new learning system, and organizing appropriates activities. Therefore, the results promote a new paradigm for delivering education and call for a new explicit structure of support for professionals in new normal learning system of education. With this, the implications to the teachers were to provide improvement, self-esteem, and self-empowerment, to do better for the best result for the academic performance of the students which serve as a reference for the school heads in giving school intervention activities.
Keywords: Teachers Perspective, New Learning modalities, and studentsâ€™ ability
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Environmental Economics, Commerce and Educational Management
Published on : 2022-01-20