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Journal of Innovations in Teaching and Learning. 2021, 1(2), 62-68
DOI: 10.12691/jitl-1-2-1
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Factors Affecting Distance Learning of Carrascal National High School, Division of Surigao del Sur

Fluellen L. Cos1 and Matt Ranillo S. Paguia1,

1Graduate School, Surigao del Sur State University-Main Campus, Tandag City, Surigao del Sur

Pub. Date: April 14, 2021

Cite this paper:
Fluellen L. Cos and Matt Ranillo S. Paguia. Factors Affecting Distance Learning of Carrascal National High School, Division of Surigao del Sur. Journal of Innovations in Teaching and Learning. 2021; 1(2):62-68. doi: 10.12691/jitl-1-2-1

Abstract

The study presented in this paper sought to explore several factors affecting the distance learning modality of Carrascal National High School, Division of Surigao del Sur. Identifying the different dimensions of distance learning entails important basic questions which are of great relevance in order to enhance its implementation in the succeeding quarters. Factors being considered are: Students’ Demographic Profile, Content Delivery thru Learning Activity Sheets (LAS), Learning Preference, Language Use in the Learning Activity Sheets (LAS), Degree of Difficulty (Cognitive Dimensions), Study Environment, Parental Support and Teacher Support. Out of 1,389 enrolled students for School Year 2020-20201, using Slovin’s formula, 311 students from Grade 7 to Grade 12 were randomly selected to be part of the sample. A survey utilizing validated items was conducted to gather data from the identified respondents. Findings were based on the results from the questionnaire given to the 311 respondents. Findings suggested that in order to enhance the implementation of the distance learning modality of Carrascal National High School, there is a need to revisit the Bloom’s Taxonomy and Social Cognitive Dimensions before designing the Learning Activity Sheets to ensure the consistency and alignment of the degree of difficulty to the summative assessments guidelines. Parental and teacher support especially to the young learners must also be considered since this study singled out that these variables have significant correlation to the age and grade level of the learners. Therefore, these are two of the important factors affecting distance learning which must be strengthened and amplified.

Keywords:
factors distance learning

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