Volume : 7, Issue : 9, SEP 2021

COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN FACE – TO – FACE AND MODULAR DELIVERY IN THE PHILIPPINES

MA. SHEENA G. GONZAGA*, MELANIE C. DAKAY, JENNELYN T. ALINSONORIN, TERESITA A. OMAMBAC, EMILY C. ROSAL

Abstract

The ponder points the Comparative Study Between Face– to – Face and modular delivery. Wherein, Philippines instructive framework as of now adjusting the most recent modalities actualized by the Division of Instruction. Wherein, there's a sudden change happen for the conventional instructing or the Face– to – Face classes are not allowed in all levels and all school may select what modalities appropriate that fitted to their areas and the status of their understudies and most of the school found in precipitous region may adjust the distance learning approach which may be a mode of learning that takes put between the educator and the learners who are “geographically farther from each other amid instruction” (Magsambol, 2020).

Quinones (2020), as qtd. by Pe Dangle & Sumaoang (2020), defines distance learning as a learning delivery modality fits for “geographically remote” teaching-learning process and that is the Modular Print Modality. To address and lessen these gaps, the researchers conduct a comparative analysis between the face – to – face modality and modular – print modality to investigate the performance of the students on these modalities, and to have an intervention based on the outcome of the study. The researchers found out that the outcome of the students’ performance in modular print modality is lower in the subjects namely, English, Math, Science, TLE and MAPEH compared to face – to – face modality for these are the test subjects. Z – Test results also revealed its significant difference. Hence, the use of Face – to – Face modality is effective on the said subjects.

Keywords

LEARNING MODALITIES, FACE – TO – FACE, MODULAR PRINT, TEACHING – LEARNING PROCESS, ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE, PANDEMIC.

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