HomeAIDE Interdisciplinary Research Journal vol. 1 no. 1 (2022)

Teachers’ Issues and Concerns on the Use of Modular Learning Modality among High School Teachers

ALEJANDRO J. DUMANON | BEMBONG P. NAMATIDONG | MARK DALLE CHRISTIAN T. NOCHE | FELIX E. ARCILLA JR.

 

Abstract:

The implementation of enhanced community quarantine in the Philippines due to the Covid-19 pandemic has caused a lot in the economy and the educational system both in the country and worldwide. The study determined the specific issues and concerns among the teachers in the implementation of modular distance learning at Saint Michael College of Caraga. The study was conducted at Saint Michael College of Caraga, and the respondents were the high teachers, both Junior and Senior high school Teachers. To aid the reliability of the data gathered, statistical tools were used frequency and weighted mean. Based on the findings, the teachers have issues with the students’ learning and the Parents’/Guardians’ support on the delay in passing the Learning Modules in Saint Michael College of Caraga. Moreover, the teachers are aware that the parents and guardians cannot fully attain their students’ learning needs, which is one of the reasons why there are delays in submitting the learning modules. It was recommended that the administration and teachers strengthen the monitoring and tracking of students’ progress. Revive the home visitation, conduct parent-teacher- school counselor conferences, and the referral process should be practiced by doing some meetings with the students and parents and conducting a program to continuously engage the teachers in further training to more teaching strategies during this modular learning modalities.