PERCEPTIONS OF PARENTS AND LEARNERS TO MODULAR DISTANCE LEARNING AS CONTEMPORARY TEACHING STRATEGY


Emma S. Trovela
Teacher, Sta. Catalina Integrated National High School
Abstract
This research investigated the parents and learners’ perceptions on modular distance learning that they are experiencing during this time of pandemic as part contemporary new normal education setup. The main purpose of this study was to understand parents’ and learners’ perceptions on modular distance learning as contemporary teaching strategy and how they coped with the experiences and challenges of the new normal education settings. The participants of this study where five (5) senior high school learners and five (5) parents/guardians of senior high school learners of Sta. Catalina Integrated National High School. The research was conducted in Majayjay District from School Year 2020-2021. This study used Qualitative Research through Descriptive research where in-depth interviewing and storytelling was done to gather the narratives or accounts of the research participants. Using an interview protocol and with a strong collaboration with the participants, the researcher will manage all the fieldwork and ensured the depth and breadth of the study. Through the analysis of the data from the interview, the Perception of Parents and Learners on Modular Distance learning as contemporary teaching strategy shows effectiveness even facing different challenges and disadvantage.
Keywords: Modular Distance Learning, Self – Learning Modules, Edutainment, Academic Performance, Conceptual Understanding
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Research & Development (IJRD)

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Published on : 2021-06-19

Vol : 6
Issue : 6
Month : June
Year : 2021
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