Volume : 9, Issue : 9, SEP 2023
SHAPING STUDENTíS STUDY HABITS IN TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION FOR SECONDARY CURRICULUM
NOEL L. NERVIDA*, ELISA E. MATULAC, MARJORIE S. DI?OSO, NOE C. ESPINA, MORENA C. MENDOZA, EVA S. ESPINA, EMILY C. ROSAL, DPA, PHD, TM
This research assessed the status of students’ study habit in Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE)-Home Economics (HE)-Household services of Grade 8 students at Santa Fe National High School, Santa Fe, Cebu, in line with DepEd Most Essential Learning Competencies (MELCs) for S.Y. 2021-2022, as basis for Enrichment Practical Learning Activities. Questionnaires were distributed to the respondents’ groups in November 2022 and employed descriptive-quantitative method. There were 60 respondents,10 teachers and 50 students. For teacher respondents, three (3) were 51 years old above and 31-40 years old, mean age was 38, females and were married. Mostly had units in master’s degree, specialized in TLE classes and belonged to Teacher I-III positions with ancillary assignments. Three (3) served for 21 years up. Majority attended the In-service training (INSET) and had Very Satisfactory performance rating. For student respondents, fifty (50) were between 12-14 years of age with mean age of 13, mostly were females and had a general satisfactory academic performance rating. Majority lived in Central Población. Based on the results of the study, it could be concluded that the respondent groups’ perception on the status of students’ study habits was described as Often and the level of academic performance in TLE subject was described as Near Mastery. Academic performance shows no significant relationship to status of study habits in terms of learning environment while time management, test taking preparation, and note taking were significant. It is therefore recommended that to improve the study habits of students, Enrichment Practical Learning Activities be transmitted to the TLE Teachers through the concerned School Principal for consideration and implementation.
ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION, SHAPING THE STUDENTSí HABITS IN TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION FOR SECONDARY CURRICULUM, DESCRIPTIVE- QUANTITATIVE METHOD, CEBU PHILIPPINES.
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