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

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Jesha May de la Rama

Northern Iloilo Polytechnic State College Victorino Salcedo Campus

Matthew Sabases

Zamboanga del Sur National High School

Abigail F. Antonion

Western Mindanao State University

Criselda Ricohermoso

Western Mindanao State University

Joel Mayo Torres

Department of Secondary Education, College of Education, Central Luzon State University

Aprillette Devanadera

Southern Luzon State University

Cristine Tulio

Taman Rama School

Ericson Alieto

Western Mindanao State University

Date Written: July 17, 2020

Abstract

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

Suggested Citation

de la Rama, Jesha May and Sabases, Matthew and Antonion, Abigail F. and Ricohermoso, Criselda and Torres, Joel Mayo and Devanadera, Aprillette and Tulio, Cristine and Alieto, Ericson, Virtual Teaching as the 'New Norm’: Analyzing Science Teachers’ Attitude toward Online Teaching, Technological Competence and Access (July 17, 2020). 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, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3654236 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3654236

Jesha May De la Rama

Northern Iloilo Polytechnic State College Victorino Salcedo Campus

Brgy. Anoring
Sara
Iloilo, AL Iloilo 5014
Philippines

Matthew Sabases

Zamboanga del Sur National High School ( email )

Sta. Maria District
Pagadian
Philippines

Abigail F. Antonion

Western Mindanao State University ( email )

CPADS, Western Mindanao State University
Baliwasan
Zamboanga City, Zamboanga del Sur 7000
Philippines

Criselda Ricohermoso

Western Mindanao State University ( email )

Normal Road
Baliwasan
Zamboanga City, Zamboanga del Sur 7000
Philippines
09051346298 (Phone)

Joel Mayo Torres

Department of Secondary Education, College of Education, Central Luzon State University ( email )

Barangay Bantug
Science City of Munoz
Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija 3119
Philippines
0943-216-5318 (Phone)

Aprillette Devanadera

Southern Luzon State University ( email )

Cristine Tulio

Taman Rama School ( email )

Indonesia

Ericson Alieto (Contact Author)

Western Mindanao State University ( email )

Normal Road, Baliwasan
Zamboanga City, Zamboanga del Sur 7000
Philippines
062-9911040 (Phone)

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