THE CHALLENGES AND STATUS OF MODULAR LEARNING: ITS EFFECT TO STUDENTS' ACADEMIC BEHAVIOR AND PERFORMANCE


Monica Anna Ladan Agarin
Teacher I, Laguna State Polytechnic University
Abstract
Amidst of the COVID-19 crisis, the education don’t stop, it must continue whether with or without physically going to school. Face-to-face learning modality is out, modular distance learning is in. At the present moment of situation; Department of Education made an urgent response to ensure the safety of learners and the teachers. On the other hand, they also ensure the continuity of quality education. With health risks that the pandemic is imposing to teachers, the Department of Education provided guidelines and policies regarding various modalities and approaches in teaching to provide quality education to learners amidst pandemic. The teaching and learning process is undertaken remotely and on digital platforms, and the students are asked to accomplish and submit school activities online at own pace, place, and time. This study aimed to ascertain the methods, interventions or solutions of every educational institutions as well as the government in providing assistance to students, parents and teachers who are having difficulty in this new learning modalities amidst pandemic. Based on the gathered data, the significant effect of challenges and status of modular learning as to learners’ academic behavior and performance rejected the null hypothesis “The challenges and status of modular learning have no significant effect on learners’ academic behavior and performance.”. These implies that there is a significant effect between the Challenges and Status of Modular Learning as to learners’ academic behavior and performance.
Keywords: Modular Distance Learning, General Comprehension, Independent Learning, Existing Health Condition, Assessment and Monitoring, Distribution and Retrieval, Physical Interaction with Learners
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)

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Published on : 2021-07-14

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