SELF-LEARNING MODULES (SLMs') IN TLE: AN ANALYSIS OF THE VIEWS AND PERCEPTIONS OF TLE TEACHERS


Marites B. Alam
TLE TEACHER III , LAGUNA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY - SANTA CRUZ CAMPUS
Abstract
The Coronavirus pandemic has steered a lot of what the people were used to do outside their home, and learning of students amidst the possible limitations have been no exception. Everyone is forced to adapt in these trying times especially in the Education sector. DepEd or Department of Education come up of implementing modalities that can help student go through their studies. There are various strategies introduced but SLM’s or Self-Learning Modules have been the option of certain institutions. In this study, the researcher has found out that: Out of twenty-five (25) TLE teacher-respondent, the views and perceptions of teachers on their preferred number of days on using modules in the teaching-learning process of TLE Teachers has been observed. Forty-four percent (44%) of the teacher-respondent chose five days a week. Thirty-six percent (36%) of the teacher-respondent preferred four days a week. And there are only twenty percent (20%) preferred to use SLM’s three days a week during the time of the study. The Self-Learning Modules (SLMs’) in TLE helps develop good behavior and can focus to their academic performance .As supported by the overall mean of 4.44 and standard deviation of 0.829, it is clearly indicated that the effect of modules among the respondents in accordance to the teaching-learning process have a remark of strongly agree and verbally interpreted as very great extent. The preferred activities and exercises in the teaching-learning process of the TLE Teachers is more focused in the skills of the students. Out of twenty-five (25) TLE teacher-respondent, ninety-two percent (92%) shared their insights that it is better if they implemented skill focused activities and exercises. Moreover, there are eighty-four percent (84%) agreed that cognitive focused activities and exercises are also effective. Sixty-eight percent (68%) of the teacher-respondent however agreed that affective focused activities and exercises during the time of the study should be implemented.
Keywords: Perceptions, Self-Learning Modules, TLE, Views
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)

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Published on : 2021-10-08

Vol : 7
Issue : 10
Month : October
Year : 2021
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