SUPREME STUDENT GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS: ITS RELATION IN THE STUDENTS TRANSFORMATION


Carla Marie V. Aviles
Teacher III, Laguna State Polytechnic University - Main Campus
Abstract
The study aims to know the relationship between the Supreme Student Government Programs and the student transformation especially in this new normal situation. Specifically, the study attempted to answer the questions: (1) What is the level of effectiveness of the Supreme Student Government Programs in terms of donation project, webinars, and contest? (2) What is the level of student’s transformation to its member in terms of behavioral development, economic development; and civic participation? (3) Is there a significant relationship between the Supreme Student Government Programs and the Student Transformation? The descriptive method of research was used to determine the relationship of the Supreme Student Government programs to the student transformation. Random sampling technique was used in this study where the student-leaders from the Pedro Guevara Memorial National High School were involved. They were chosen using random sampling to eliminate bias and to get a smaller number of respondents from the total population. Based on the data gathered, the researcher found out that there was a “significant relationship between the Supreme Student Government programs and student transformation”. It shows that the null hypothesis stating that “There is no significant relationship between Supreme Student Government programs and the student transformation.” Therefore, the hypothesis is rejected. It can be inferred that there is a “significant relationship” between them. Based on the findings made, the following where hereby recommended: Youth Leaders may keep developing plans, projects and trainings for the other member of the community through that they may influence more of their colleagues and be proactive citizens; Teacher-Adviser may evaluate the impact of their implemented programs and projects to the community and to their student-leaders for the continuity of the best results and for the adjustment needed to cope up in the new normal system; School Heads may keep supporting the programs of their student-leaders in terms of moral and financial matters which they need to pursue more effective projects and programs; Parents may encourage their children to get involved in different school and community activities to develop more of their interest and other skills; and Future Researchers are encouraged to do further studies giving emphasis to the variables in the present studies.
Keywords: Donation Project, Webinars, Contest, Behavioral Development, Economic Development, Civic Participation
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)

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Published on : 2021-07-21

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