HomeQSU-CTE Journal of Education Practices and Standardsvol. 1 no. 1 (2016)

PERCEIVED EFFECTS OF THE EXTENSION SERVICES OF BACHELOR IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

Amy B. Agsalda | Ahnicel P. Maqued | Amy R. Mendoza | Eleanor G. Garingan | Nelson D. Guray | Hermenegildo F. Samoy Jr

 

Abstract:

This study was conducted during the First Semester of School Year 2015-2016 to determine the impact of the extension services of Bachelor in Elementary Education of the College of Teacher Education, Quirino State University. Analysis of data includes frequency counts, percentages, means, t-test, and ANOVA to find out the perceptions of the BEEd students on the extension services of BEED when they are grouped by profile. There is a significant difference along personal development on the perception of the respondents on the role of the extension services in increasing student’s participation to community activities and on acquiring attitudes, skills and concepts for the effective participation in the effective solution to community problems when the respondents are grouped by age and year level. There is a significant difference along social development on the perception of the respondents in increasing external linkage of the BEED and QSU when the respondents are grouped by sex. Along curriculum development, there is a significant difference on the perceptions of the respondent on the role of extension services in helping student’s value learning, enriching students learning process and improving quality of teaching learning process when the respondents are grouped by age and year level.