Development And Validation Of Professional Development Program For High School Teachers Of Science And Mathematics
Volume 5 - Issue 6, June 2022 Edition
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Ariel Del Mundo Garcia
Use about four keywords or phrases in alphabetical order, separated by commas. Keywords should closely reflect the topic and should optimally characterize the paper. proficiency, process skills, professional development program, teachers’ quality, performance
These instructions provide you guidelines for preparing papers for International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP). Use this document as a template and as an instruction set. Please submit your manuscript by IJARP Online Submission Tool. Providing quality education among Filipino learners is a constitutional mandate of the Department of Education. The quality of teachers is one of the key indicators which is given focused by the department through its program SULUNG EDUKALIDAD. One of the key components is re-skilling and upskilling of teachers through continuous professional development program. Quality education demands quality teachers. Teachers’ academic qualifications, skills and competence in the delivery of content and their dedication to the teaching profession have a considerable impact on the teaching and learning process. The main thrust of the study is to determine the strength and weaknesses of Junior High Teachers of Science and Mathematics particularly of the use of different process skills and their English proficiency which they commonly used in teaching and provide them with a professional development programs. Using both qualitative and quantitative methods of research design to achieve purpose of the study, the 219 Junior High Teachers teaching Science and Mathematics, or both were the chosen teacher participants of the study from the 15 public schools in Schools Division of Lipa City. To gather relevant information, the strength and weaknesses of teachers were identified using an interview questions and focused group discussion. Both were administered through virtual platform. The data were analyzed, processed, consolidated, and analyzed to come up with the development of professional development program based on their identified needs. The developed professional development program had been evaluated using the CIPP Model with the different tools crafted and adapted from the National Educators Academy of the Philippines. One way to provide assistance to teachers is to listen to their voices through interview and focused group discussions. It is truly that their identified weaknesses must be addressed properly thorough the development and validation of professional development program that could help them enhanced their skill using different process skills and develop high proficiency level on using English as medium of instruction in teaching Science and Mathematics.
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