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W E L C O M E

THE DIFFERENCE IN ACADEMIC PROFICIENCY OF STUDENTS UNDER ONLINE AND MODULAR MODES IN THE TOOL SUBJECTS OF GRADE 10 STUDENTS

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Education is already considered as one of the basic needs of human nowadays…

CHAPTER I: THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

Education

Education

E ducation is the key to success in the future and to have lot of opportunities in life….

According to Al- Shuaibi (2014)

According to Al- Shuaibi (2014)

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Drew (2020)

Drew (2020)

Blended learning is a combination of both online and offline learning methodologies with the use of technology…

Learning in the new normal

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Being educated helps people think, feel and behave in a manner that can contribute to their success. The benefit of having a nice career on society is there will be plenty of work a man can choose…

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COVID-19 confronts the education system with a new and massive crisis.

Schools have remained closed for weeks, and no one knows for certain when we will come out of the lockdowns, as the pandemic shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon.

The disruption caused by Covid-19 has forced the adoption of online learning in schools.

NEW NORMAL EDUCATION

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In the Philippines, e-learning started to popularized in early 2000 in parallel with the growing popularity of ICT in government and  education…

ONLINE LEARNING

History of E-Learning

History of E-Learning

Online learning is so effective because students can finish their homework quickly, and there is more time left for hobbies or for finding a job…

Advantages of Online Learning

Advantages of Online Learning

Problems of unwanted echo and background noises both from the professor and from the student reciting most often are distracting…

Disadvantages of Online Learning

Disadvantages of Online Learning

N early 13 million open school understudies or 59% of generally 22 million enrollees this year will be utilizing printed modules…

Diosdado San Antonio

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OFFLINE LEARNING

Offline learning is for those understudies who have contraptions but don't have get to the web.

As innovation and web network stay an issue for most understudies, DepEd will be giving printed module materials for them.

By being at home, many students can get things done in a safe and relaxing environment.

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THEORITICAL/CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

It has affected students, parents, teachers and facilitators in our institutions public and private.

The COVID19 pandemic

Has released a Department Memorandum 2020-00162 in September of 2020.

Department of Education of the Philippines

Guidelines:

- Kindergarten students are advised to only have one (1) hour of screen time.

- Grades 1 to 5 students are recommended to use their gadgets for an hour and a half each day for their online learning activities.

- Grades 6 to 8 can use their gadgets for a maximum of two (2) hours every day.

- Students in Grade 9 to 12 are suggested to go online for a maximum of four (4) hours each day. DepEd encouraged these students to divide their screen time usage, two (2) hours in the morning and two (2) hours in the afternoon.

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H as adopted the FEUR TLC (Teaching-Learning Continuum), featuring alternative modes to guarantee that the student academic growth is sustained…

A lternative C urriculum D elivery M odes

FEU-Roosevelt Rodriguez

FEU-Roosevelt Rodriguez

Remote Learning without internet

Remote Learning without internet

Blended Learning with In-School Attendance

Remote Learning with Internet

Remote Learning with Internet

This is a drive-through mode where the parents drive by the school to get the print or digital copies of learning material.

Student and teachers will use different platform such as eBooks, Redbird etc.

This mode of learning is 60% online discussion and 40% self-directed learning.

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STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

People also ask:

1. What is the academic proficiency of the grade 10 students who chose online modes in learning in the tool subjects?

2. What is the academic proficiency of the grade 10 students who chose modular modes in learning in the tool subjects?

3. Is there a significance difference on academic proficiency to those who chose online mode of learning and to those in modular mode of learning?

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This study will give them the idea of what learning type is suitable for them.

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

Students

Students

The result of the study would give the teachers an idea of what type of learning will be the best to apply towards each student.

Teachers

Teachers

The parents will also know what Mode of Learning will be accessible for their child or children.

Parents

Parents

This study will help the Department of Education as they will be given a guide to make plans.

Department of Education

Internet providers

This study will give benefits to internet providers.

Future researchers

This study will guide future researchers in conducting research about online and modular learning.

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SCOPE AND DELIMITATION

The researchers focus is to determine the difference in the academic proficiency of the selected grade 10 students in FEU Roosevelt Rodriguez under online and modular modes of learning in the tool subjects specifically English, Math, and Filipino.

248 grade 10 students

70 online mode students

12 modular students

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DEFINITION OF TERMS

Modular Mode Students

Online Mode Students

Modular Mode Learning

Online Mode Learning

Tool Subjects

Academic Proficiency

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A descriptive research design can use a wide variety of research methods to investigate one or more variables.

Chapter III : Research Design and Methodology

Descriptive Method

Descriptive Method

I t describes and interprets “what is.”

Calderon (2006)

Calderon (2006)

It is something more than gathering data.

(Cruz, 2000)

(Cruz, 2000)

D escriptive method of research aims to accurately and systematically describe a population, situation or phenomenon.

McCombes ( 2020)

METHODS OF RESEARCH

Gay (2002) defines the descriptive method of research as involving the collection of data in order to test the hypothesis or to answer questions concerning to current status of the study.

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The study was conducted at FEU Roosevelt - Rodriguez.

LOCALE OF THE STUDY

Where was the study conducted?

Where was the study conducted?

A private non-sectarian school which was headed by Mrs. Ma. Teresa S. Angeles, with the current FEU President Michael M. Alba, PhD.

FEU Roosevelt - Rodriguez

FEU Roosevelt - Rodriguez

O ffers different online forms for the new normal education mode of learning.

FEU Roosevelt – Rodriguez

FEU Roosevelt – Rodriguez

O ne of the oldest schools here at Rodriguez.

FEU Roosevelt - Rodriguez

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SUBJECT OF THE STUDY

39 Online students and 0 Modular student.

38 Online students and 7 Modular student.

40 Online students and 1 Modular student.

40 Online students and 1 Modular student.

41 Online students and 0 Modular student.

38 Online students and 3 Modular students.

Arellano

Bonifacio

Mabini

Jacinto

Del Pilar

Aguinaldo

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RESEARCH INSTRUMENT

enrollment list

names of the enrollees

academic record

average scores

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DATA GATHERING PROCEDURE

1. Before the researchers moved on doing the research, they asked permission from the Administrative Head of FEU Roosevelt – Rodriguez.

2. The researchers gathered data about the total numbers of online and modular students from grade 7 to grade 12.

3. The researchers asked permission from Mrs. Maria Teresa S. Angeles to allow them to have access on the enrollment list and academic records

4 . After collecting the data, the researchers finalize the formula

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CHAPTER IV : PRESENTATION , ANALYSIS, AND INTERPRETATION OF THE DATA

This chapter presents, interprets, and analyzes the gathered data that answers specific problems of the study.   This study aimed to find out the Difference between the Academic Proficiency of the Online Students and Modular Students of Grade 10 in FEU Roosevelt – Rodriguez school year 2020-2021.

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Table 1.1  Academic Proficiency of the Grade 10 Students Under Online Mode during the First Grading

Grades  English  Filipino  Math  74 – Below  0  0  0  75 – 79  0  0  2  80 – 84  5  5  10  85 – 89  3  6  18  90 – 94  28  28  32  95 - Above  35  32  9  Mean  93.65  93.15  89.76  Standard Deviation  0.5  0.53  0.56  Range  93.15-94.15  92.62-93.68  89.2-90.32

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Table 1.2  Academic Proficiency of the Grade 10 Students Under Online Mode during the Second Grading

Grades  ENGLISH  FILIPINO  MATH  74 – Below  0  0  0  75 – 79  1  1  2  80 – 84  5  2  4  85 – 89  5  12  10  90 – 94  31  25  31  95 - Above  29  31  24  Mean  92.72  92.76  91.85  Standard Deviation  0.6  0.57  0.57  Range  92.12-93.32  92.19-93.33  91.28-92.42

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Table 2.1  Academic Proficiency of the Grade 10 Students Under Modular Mode during the First Grading

Grades ENGLISH  FILIPINO  MATH  74 - Below  0  0  1  75-79  0  0  2  80-84  7  0  2  85-89  1  3  0  90-94  2  7  6  95 - Above  2  2  1  Mean  87.17  91.92  86.92  Standard Deviation  1.51  0.98  2.23  Range  85.66-88.68  90.94-92.9  84.69-89.15

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Table 2.2  Academic Proficiency of the Grade 10 Students Under Modular Mode during the Second Grading

Grade   English  Filipino  Math  74 Below  2  0  1  75-79  0  0  3  80-84  0  0  0  85-89  2  1  1  90-94  5  8  3  95 Above  3  3  4  Mean  88.5  93  86.5  Standard Deviation  2.52  0.75  2.63  Range  85.98-91.02  92.25-93.75  83.87-89.13

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Table 3.1  Significant Difference in the Academic Proficiency of the Grade 10 Online and Modular Students during the First Grading (English)

Grade 10  Mean  Standard Deviation  Computed t - value  Critical t - value  Decision  Online  93.65  0.50  14.730  t (8, 0.05) =  1.990  Reject the null hypothesis  Modular  87.17  1.51

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Table 3.2  Significant Difference in the Academic Proficiency of the Grade 10 Online and Modular Students during the Second Grading (English)

Grade 10  Mean  Standard Deviation  Computed t - value  Critical t - value  Decision  Online  92.72  0.60  5.780  t (8, 0.05) =  1.990  Reject the null hypothesis  Modular  88.5  2.52

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Table 3.3  Significant Difference in the Academic Proficiency of the Grade 10 Online and Modular Students during the First Grading (Filipino)

Grade 10  Mean  Standard Deviation  Computed t - value  Critical t - value  Decision  Online  93.15  0.53  4.240  t (8, 0.05) =  1.990  Reject the null hypothesis  Modular  91.92  0.98

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Table 3.4  Significant Difference in the Academic Proficiency of the Grade 10 Online and Modular Students during the Second Grading (Filipino)

Grade 10  Mean  Standard Deviation  Computed t - value  Critical t - value  Decision  Online  92.76  0.57  1.040  t (8, 0.05) =  1.990  Accept the null hypothesis  Modular  93  0.75

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Table 3.5  Significant Difference in the Academic Proficiency of the Grade 10 Online and Modular Students during the First Grading (Math)

Grade 10  Mean  Standard Deviation  Computed t - value  Critical t - value  Decision  Online  89.76  0.56  4.440  t (8, 0.05) =  1.990  Reject the null hypothesis  Modular  86.92  2.23

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Table 3.6  Significant Difference in the Academic Proficiency of the Grade 10 Online and Modular Students during the Second Grading (Math)

Grade 10  Mean  Standard Deviation  Computed t - value  Critical t - value  Decision  Online  91.85  0.57  7.040  t (8, 0.05) =  1.990  Reject the null hypothesis  Modular  86.5  2.63

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T H A N K Y O U

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