Facilitating Learning and Academic Performance of Students in TLE under K to 12 Curriculums


Authors : Thelma L Alsong, Ludy A. Alsong

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 11 - November

Google Scholar : https://goo.gl/DF9R4u

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The study aimed to determine the extent of facilitating learning practices of TLE teachers and the level of academic performances of students in TLE subject under K to 12 Curriculum. It also delved into the presence or absence of significant difference among the ratings of TLE Teachers on their practices in facilitating learning and the academic performance of the students, and tested the existence of significant relationship between the ratings of the TLE Teachers on their practices in facilitating learning and academic performance of students. A descriptive-inferential design was adopted in the study using the self-designed instrument as primary source of data using the 17 teachers and 356 students in TLE subjects. It utilized the researcher-made instrument to gather data and the student records in TLE. The descriptive and inferential statistics were used in data analysis. The pursued null hypothesis was tested at 5% margin of error. The findings revealed that the teachers were satisfied with their practices in facilitating learning to students in terms of technical skills, assessing learning, classroom management, stakeholder linkages, recording and interpreting learning outcomes of students. On the other hand, the students were not fully satisfied with their said practices. The students were not also performing well in written works and quarterly examinations, but they performed better in practical works. The practices of TLE teachers in facilitating learning to the students were balanced in all aspects but what the students learned significantly differed. Moreover, the extent to which teachers practice their skills in facilitating learning were significantly relate to the performances of students. Conclusive of the study is the notion that TLE teachers are resistant to get out from their comfort zones on practices in facilitating learning of students. On the other hand, the students are still wanting for improvement of their written and quarterly examination performances. In addition, the teaching-learning practices of teachers are pillars for better student learning outcomes. The TLE teachers have to undergo further trainings and workshops on the methods and strategies in facilitating and assessing learning of students.

Keywords : TLE Teachers, Kto12 Curriculum, Academic Performance of Students, Facilitating Learning of Students, Teaching-Learning Practices of Teachers.

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