Virtual Teaching as the 'New Norm’: Analyzing Science Teachers’ Attitude toward Online Teaching, Technological Competence and Access
De la Rama, J., Sabasales, M., Antonio, A., Ricohermoso, C., Torres, J., Devanadera, A., & Alieto, E. (2020). Virtual Teaching as the 'New Norm’: Analyzing Science Teachers’ Attitude toward Online Teaching, Technological Competence and Access . International Journal of Advanced Science and Technolog
14 Pages Posted: 23 Jul 2020
Date Written: July 17, 2020
The demand for virtual teaching is increasingly being embraced by the educational system in the Philippines due to the COVID-19 pandemic which made the conduct of the traditional classroom instruction an implausible means for the continuous delivery of education. Thus, it becomes a pressing need to determine teachers’ attitude toward the virtual teaching of Science, technological competence and access. The study enlisted a total of 256 purposively selected teachers assigned to teach Science subjects. Moreover, the investigation intended to deterime whether there is a gender divide among variables of the study, and that whether a significant relationship exist among the respondents’ attitude toward online teaching, technological competence and access. The study disclosed interesting results.
Keywords: Science Teachers, Attitude toward Virtual Teaching, Gender, Competence, Access
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