NEW NORMAL LEARNING SYSTEM AND TEACHERS EFFICACY OF RIZAL MEMORIAL COLLEGES, INC


Angelica Kean Bantasan, Ma. Melanie N. Edig, Ronald S. Decano
Graduate Student, Davao del Norte State College
Abstract
The researcher wanted to investigate if teachers’ efficacy is major factors of learners’ academic success and to all school stakeholders. The respondents of this study were composed of 75 IBED teachers from Private School of Davao City. The main purpose of this study is to determine the significant relationship between the new normal learning system and teacher’s efficacy. Based on the research questions, the findings disclosed the extent of the new normal learning system of IBED teachers from Private School of Davao City in terms of: blended learning modality; asynchronous learning modality, and distance learning modality. On the other hand, for other concerns of this study, what is the extent of teacher’s efficacy in terms of social persuasions; verbal encouragement; and vicarious experiences, the results implied that the new normal learning system rapid move to a new learning model of education may emerge, with significant benefits, believed that the integration of in any new normal learning system in education help further acceleration and integral component of teacher’s efficacy, further discussed the mean rating with a descriptive equivalent of extensive, which indicates that extent of teacher’s efficacy is constantly evident, Hence, the decision is to reject the null hypothesis. This signified the domain of the new normal learning system significantly influences teacher efficacy. Furthermore, the results provide administration, school principals, and teachers as reliable bases in improving their supervisory services amidst the new normal learning system.
Keywords: New normal learning system, and teacher’s efficacy
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Environmental Economics, Commerce and Educational Management

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Published on : 2022-01-20

Vol : 9
Issue : 1
Month : January
Year : 2022
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