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FACTORS AFFECTING THE TEACHING PERFORMANCE OF THE HIGH SCHOO

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Transcript of FACTORS AFFECTING THE TEACHING PERFORMANCE OF THE HIGH SCHOO

FACTORS AFFECTING THE TEACHING PERFORMANCE OF THE HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY OF ST. PAUL COLLEGE, PASIG
STRATEGIES
What "strategy"
will you use?"

All data’s and information collected have been checked and is safe and kept intact as to give the participants of the researcher's survey freedom to choose how much information they are willing to reveal under any circumstance. The survey is kept short and brief to focus on the aim and avoid outside topics that may lead to different issues. Also to save time as to avoid in interfering with the subject's other duties.
1. How long have you been teaching in St. Paul College Pasig?
3 years and below
4-7 years
8-10 years
11 years and above
2. How many number of units do you have in your subject?
3 units
6 units
9 units
18 units
3. What is your average number of classes per day/week?
1-2 classes
3-4 classes
5-6 classes
4. How many hours do you allot for school preparation?
1-3 years
4-6 hours
6 and above

5. Are you doing something else other than teaching?
Yes What? ______________
No
6. How many hours do you sleep during school days?
1-3 hours
4-6 hours
7-10 hours
8. What is your mode of transportaion going to school?
Commute
Car
Carpool
School Service
9. What do you think of the new grading system?
Easier for me to supervise the students.
Harder for me to supervise the students..
6. What are the benefits you get from the school?
Health Care
Vacation leaves
Life insurance
Transportation
Food
Others: ___________
7. What is you ideal number students per classroom?
25 students
35 students
40-45 students

CHAPTER 3
Research Design
The researchers will be using the quantitative and qualitative data to accurately collect the data they need. The qualitative data describes the characteristics of the target population. The quantitative data to examine and for tallying how many how high school teachers will be responding to the survey questions.
Research Method
A survey is a way to a ask questions about the concern of the researchers that will able to gather information to answer their problem. The respondents will be given questionnaires that contain questions related to the factors that motivate and hinders the teacher’s performance in school. The questionnaires will be given to the high school faculty because they are the appropriate and involved people who could give the right information we need.
Research Instrument
Good day! We are the Silver Lining group from IV-3 (St. John of the Cross) and we are conducting a survey about the factors that motivates and hinders the High School teachers.

Rest assured that this survey is confidential and all the information you will give will be kept intact. Thank you for generously giving your time and effort in answering this survey.
Respondents of the Study
The high school faculty are our respondents because they are the teachers in the school’s community who has the most number of workload compared to the lower departments specifically the pre-school and the grade school department. They are ones who have the most workload since their hours of teaching are longer and the subjects they are teaching are more advance. Also, the researchers chose the high school teachers because they are the ones who are training the students in preparing for the higher education.
Validity
Internal validity is a confirmation of the correctness of the research design. It can be assured in qualitative and quantitative studies using the descriptive and experimental methods with pilot testing of the proposed research instrument that relates to our questions to assure that the research instrument is clear and precise. External validity is the extent to which the results of the study can reflect similar outcomes and can be generalized to other populations or situations. It is not only to identify our problem but also, to the extent of the benefit of students and also to recommend the school on how to maintain and guide the professional growth of the teachers.
Ethical Considerations
The aim of the researches in making this survey is to avoid any foreseeable factors such as discomfort, insecurity and potential risks that may influence the subject's willingness to participate. The researches have made sure that personal biases and opinions do not get in the way and fair consideration is given.


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