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ONLINE PAPER PUBLISHING - Volume 7 - Issue 3, March 2024 Edition

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CURRICULUM EXITS OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES OF DULAG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL: MATHEMATICAL MODELING APPROACH

Authors: GLENIO T. ROSARIO

Abstracts: The purpose of this study was to identify if there exists a significant linear relationship between the curriculum exits of the senior high school graduates and their sex, age at the time of graduation, track/strand, and SHS final rating. This research utilized the quantitative research approach, particularly Descriptive-Correlational research design. The population studied were the 556 senior high school graduates of Dulag National High School, a public high school at the Schools Division of Pangasinan 1. Using simple linear regression, it was found that there is a significant linear relationship between the SHS graduates from 2018 to 2021 who pursued higher education and employment and the four independent variables (sex, age, track/strand, and final rating) which have been tested individually. However, entrepreneurship and middle level skills development has a significant linear relationship with only two independent variables: track/strand and SHS final rating for entrepreneurship; and age graduated and SHS final rating for middle level skills development. Moreover, using multiple linear regression revealed that the four senior high school curriculum exits have a significant linear relationship with sex, age graduated, track/strand, and SHS final rating when tested all at once. This means that the graduates’ sex, age at the time of graduation, track/strand, and final rating have an either positive or negative impact on the curriculum exit paths that they pursue.

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Pages: 1-8

Cite this Article: Glenio T. Rosario , "CURRICULUM EXITS OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES OF DULAG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL: MATHEMATICAL MODELING APPROACH", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2024.html, Volume 7 - Issue 3, March 2024 Edition, 1-8 #ijarporg


LEARNING STYLE, ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE, AND MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY OF GRADE 9 STUDENTS IN CALACA DISTRICT

Authors: CARLA JOY A. CABACES

Abstracts: This study aimed to prepare an instructional guide for grade 9 mathematics to enhance students’ mathematics proficiency. The study sought to determine the profile of the respondents in terms of learning styles and academic performance, ascertain the level of the mathematics proficiency of the students, find the difference in the level of mathematics proficiency of students when grouped according to profile variables, and identify topics in the mathematics proficiency test that students find difficult. It was limited to two hundred sixty- five Grade 9 students in the public junior high schools in Calaca District, for the SY 2021- 2022. The sample was selected through proportionate stratified random sampling. This study was quantitative-descriptive and utilized a combination of the adapted questionnaire, the KLSI, and the researcher-made thirty-item Mathematics Proficiency Test. Results showed that divergent learning style was dominant to almost half of the total respondents; the academic performance of the respondents in Mathematics was very satisfactory; the majority of the respondents’ mathematics proficiency was at the developing level; there is a statistically significant difference in the mathematics proficiency when grouped according to learning styles and academic performance; accommodative learners are more proficient than the learners with other learning styles, and students with Outstanding academic performance are more proficient than those students having other levels. Students find difficulty in the topics about characterizing and describing the roots of quadratic equations, quadratic inequalities, quadratic functions, graphing quadratic functions analyzing the effects on the graph, and solving problems involving quadratic functions.

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Pages: 9-17

Cite this Article: Carla Joy A. Cabaces , "LEARNING STYLE, ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE, AND MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY OF GRADE 9 STUDENTS IN CALACA DISTRICT", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2024.html, Volume 7 - Issue 3, March 2024 Edition, 9-17 #ijarporg