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Being A Teacher Of Private Elementary School In The New Normal: A Multiple Case Study

Volume 5 - Issue 11, November 2022 Edition
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Educational management, private school teachers, new normal, education, Philippines
This study utilized a multiple case design to explore the experiences and challenges of being a private elementary school teacher towards new normal in Selargon Learning Academy Incorporated, General Santos City, Philippines, School Year 2020-2021. Five informants were picked to undergo the in-depth interview. I used methodological triangulation to know the multiple perspective of the carefully interviewed informants. They were made to sign informed consents with the assurance of anonymity and confidentiality. The results of the interview were transcribed and translated to produce themes. The following were the themes that emerged: Technology-based Facilitators, Strong Subject of Knowledge, Conquerors, Critical Thinkers, Faced Various Challenges, Adaptable, Flexible, and Great Motivators. The Cross-Case Analysis discussed about the Clustered Themes and Emergent Themes on Insights that a Teacher of Private Elementary Schools in the New Normal could share to their colleagues and the academe in general. The following themes surfaced: Information and Communication Technology Innovation, Victorious Amidst Pandemic, Think Outside the Box, Appreciate the value of Pollyannaism, Collaborate with Parents and Attend Self- Development Trainings and Seminars.
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