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TEACHERS' READINESS ON SPIRAL PROGRESSION APPROACH IN TEACHI
Transcript of TEACHERS' READINESS ON SPIRAL PROGRESSION APPROACH IN TEACHI
THE PROBLEM AND ITS SCOPE
The Philippine K to 12 Educational Program was instituted having a mandatory Kindergarten, 6 years of Elementary education, 4 years of Junior High School and 2 more years of Senior High School.
The enhanced curriculum boasts of a spiral approach to its design where the same concepts are built on in increasing sophistication and complexity from Grade 1 to Grade 12.
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
1. What are the profile of the respondents in terms of:
a. Length of service
b. Field of specialization
2. What are the teachers’ perceptions toward spiral progression in teaching K-12 curriculum?
3. What is the teachers’ level of readiness on implementation of spiral progression in K-12 curriculum?
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
4. What are the teachers’ strategies in coping up the K-12 curriculum?
5. What are the problems encountered in implementation of spiral progression in K-12 curriculum?
6. Is there a significant relationship between the teachers’ perception and level of readiness?
H0: Is there a significant relationship between the teachers’ perception and level of readiness?
H0: Is there a significant relationship between the profiles of the respondents and level of readiness?
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
This study aimed to provide substantial information on the teachers’ readiness on spiral progression approach in teaching K to 12 curriculum. Specifically, the results of the study may contribute to the following ;
To the cooperating schools, the result of the study will provide substantial information on the problems meet by the teachers inters during teaching K-12 curriculum and make some possible solutions.
To the teachers, the result of the study will enhance their learning and teaching strategies. It will make them aware of problems they encountered in teaching K to 12 curriculum and make some possible solutions. They could also use the findings as the basis for making their teaching and lessons more interesting and enthusiastic. The study will help them evaluate their level of readiness on spiral progression in teaching K to 12. This study will also give them information about the teachers’ perception towards spiral progression in teaching K to 12 curriculum.
To the future researchers, the result of the study will give benefit to the future researchers because it will serves as a guide or basis to them in pursuing a study related to the teachers’ readiness in teaching K to 12 curriculum. This will give them more ideas or insights on thinking about new useful researches that will help not only to the respondents but also to the community. It will also develop their creative and critical thinking in brainstorming a new research topic related to this study.
This study aims to determine the teachers’ readiness on spiral progression approach in teaching K to 12 curriculum. There are 30 selected teachers respondents in every grade level. This study will be limited only for teachers’ readiness using spiral progression approach in teaching K to 12 curriculum in Dansalan College Foundation Incorporated.
Sampling Design and Respondents
The sampling design that will be used is random sampling. The researchers will randomly select teachers in every grade level in Dansalan College Foundation Incorporated.
The study will be conducted in Dansalan College Foundation Incorporated. It has two levels of education: primary and secondary. It offers quality education to develop and nurture people of principle virtue and faith.
In this study, descriptive survey method of research will be used to know the teachers’ readiness on spiral progression approach in teaching K to 12 curriculum. This will be used in the study that involved description analysis and interpretation of collected data. Furthermore, this method will be designed to determine the significant relationship between teachers’ perception and level of readiness and significant relationship between the profiles of the respondents and level of readiness.
Research Instrument to be Used
The main tool that the researchers will be used in gathering the data is a researcher-made questionnaire. The questionnaire consists of four parts. Part one contained questions about profile of the respondent , part two will be designed to obtain information and measure the teachers’ level of readiness on spiral progression in teaching K to 12 curriculum, part three contains descriptive questions that will evaluate teachers’ perception towards spiral progression approach in teaching K-12 curriculum and part four obtained information that determined teacher’s strategies in coping up the K-12 curriculum.
Data Gathering Procedure
Before the questionnaire will be distributed, an introductory request letter will be addressed to the principal of Dansalan College Foundation Incorporated where the respondents belong, asking permission to conduct the research study. After it will be approved, the researchers personally distributed and collected politely the questionnaires from the respondents. Letter request will be given to the respondents asking for their cooperation for the success of the study. After the respondents have answered, the questionnaires were collected and the computation and interpretation of data followed.
Statistical Treatment to be Used
1. Percentage to analyze the profile of the respondents.
2. Mean. This is the statistical tool that will be used to describe scores of the respondents on the questionnaire. Mean will be taken in the specific sense of the arithmetic mean as there are different types of averages; the mean, mode, and median.
After the first year of K to12 implementation in all public schools and some private schools in the Philippines, the question of how ready are the teachers to engage in the changes in instruction and assessment still floats. Are teachers willing to embrace and accept the challenges presented during the transition of the program and the years after? It was noted in a foreign study that teachers seem to see, in general, significant advantages in the utilization of alternative assessments and think that such approach contribute to the development of student learning as they enjoy the process, spend time understanding the world outside the classroom and reduce anxieties of learning (Sasmaz Oren et al., 2011).
This study sought to probe research on the teachers’ readiness on spiral progression in teaching K to 12 curriculum.
To the school of administrators, the result of the study will provide necessary information in evaluating their teachers’ readiness on spiral progression approach in teaching K to 12 curriculum. It will guide them in making policies and having workshops and seminars to prepare the teachers to the possible concerns and responsibilities they might encounter during their teaching. It will also encourage them to prompt the teachers to utilize different teaching strategy for better learning of the students.
Scope and Limitation of the Study