ABSTRACT Title : INSTRUCTIONAL PERFORMANCE OF TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION (TLE) TEACHERS AT LAS PIÑAS NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL: A BASIS FOR A FACULTY MENTORING PROGRAM Ignacio Lakip Son, Jr. Master of Arts in Education major in Educational Management Dr. Rolando L. Magno 2009
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This study attempts to know the instructional performance of Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE) teachers of Las Piñas National High School, as a basis for faculty mentoring program. Specifically, this seeks to answer the following problems: 1. What is the demographic profile of TLE teachers as to: 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 Gender; Age; Civil Status; Educational Qualifications; Area of Specialization; Length of Service; and In-service trainings attended in TLE for the last three school years; Performance Ratings for the last three years?
2. What is the level of instructional performance of the respondents with respect to: 2.1 introductory skills; 2.2 2.3 developmental skills; concluding skills;
3. Is there a significant difference between the level of instructional performance as perceived by: 3.1 3.2 3.3 school administrators/department heads and teachers teachers and students; school administrators/ department heads and students?
4. Based on the findings of this study, what faculty mentoring program can be proposed? The descriptive research survey method is used in this study to know the instructional performance of TLE teachers of Las Piñas National High school. The instrument used for data gathering is the checklist reinforced by an unstructured interview. The questionnaire has two parts. Part 1 is for the demographic profile of the teacher - respondents which includes their gender, age, civil status, educational qualifications, area of specialization, length of service, in-service trainings attended for the last three years and performance ratings for the last three years. Part II of the questionnaire features the Teaching- Learning Observation Guide (TLOG) in the form of rating scale which focuses on instructional performance skills of teachers namely Introductory skills, Developmental skills and Concluding skills. The participants of the study are eighty (80) TLE teachers or 95 percent out of the eighty four (84) teachers in the Division of Las Piñas City, four school administrators and seven department heads and three hundred seventy-seven (377) senior students. They are sampled using the Sloven’s Formula. To answer the research question on the demographic profile of the teacher-respondents accordingly, the data are tallied, computed, analyzed and interpreted by determining the percentage per item. Likewise, to answer the research question on the level of instructional performance of TLE teachers as perceived by school administrators / department heads, teacher themselves and students, the mean of weighted frequencies (MWF) and overall mean is computed and interpreted. To answer and determine if there is a significant difference between the perceptions of school administrators / department heads and teachers; teachers and students and school administrators/ department heads and students, the analysis of variance (ANOVA) for two groups is used. To accept or reject the null hypothesis, the single-classification analysis of variance (ANOVA) is used. The F – test calculated values are tested at .05 level of significance. The following findings are summarized based on the data contained in the different tables as presented.
1. Profile of the teacher-respondents
1.1 Gender. Of the eighty (80) teacher – respondents of Las Piñas National High School, Division of Las Piñas City, fifty-nine (59) or 73.75 percent are female and they are greater in number than male TLE faculty members. 1.2 Age. Twenty-six (26) or 32.5 percent of them are in the 36 – 40 age bracket. 1.3 Civil Status. As regards to their civil status, majority of the teacher – respondents are...
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