Senior High School Teachers’ Practices and Readiness in Blended Learning Environment: Basis for a Blended Learning Preparedness Framework
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research, Volume 9, Issue 2
9 Pages Posted: 1 Jan 2020 Last revised: 16 Feb 2020
Date Written: December 15, 2019
Since the transition of Senior High School in the Philippines, technology also arose and became one of the trends in education. As Education 4.0 enters the academe, teachers should be equipped with competencies relating to blended learning. This study aimed to determine readiness and practices of teachers, specifically this study determine the profile of the teachers, level of readiness of SHS Teachers for Open and Distance Education in terms of self-direction, learning preferences, study habits, technology skills, and computer equipment capabilities. Identify the linear correlations of variables, and lastly develop a proposed Blended Learning Preparedness Framework. The SHS Teachers of the current SY 2018-2019 were the sources of data for this study. Frequency, Percentage, Average weighted mean and linear correlation was used as a statistical treatment. The result of the study shows that the majority of respondents were ready for Open and Distance Education. The proposed Blended Learning Preparedness Framework enables educators in the Senior High School level to improve their skills in Distance Education application and application is recommended.
Keywords: senior high school, DepEd, blended learning
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