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A Research Proposal
“Education is the key to the long-term problems of the country. If we fix basic education, we fix the long-term problems of the country. And if we fix the country’s problems, we will build a truly strong society. . .”
-Pres. Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III
Key Parts on the New Curriculum
Background of the Study
e-module as an alternative learning material
Defeating the Purpose
Printed modules are not aligned in producing a 21st century learner
Students crave for interactivity
21st Century Learner
“The use of technology in achieving 21st century learning skills”
“The use of modular approach in the teaching and learning process”
Development and Evaluation
Stage III – Validation of the e-module
Content update facility
Stage IV – Evaluation of the e-module
Stage I – Researching and Gathering of Materials
Stage II – Creating e-module using presentation programs
Population and Sampling Techniques
In a completely modularized program, curriculum changes, such as those can be more easily incorporated. Students can then play a larger role in managing their curriculum and can earn credit at the module level. It is mainly used in distant learning such as open high schools and open universities. Teacher-made self-learning kits were also produced for the purpose that students with special cases can cope with the topics missed or uncomprehend.
A routine of answering and checking modules could lead to boredom
E -learning systems that present its materials using text, audio, and video stimulates a higher perceived usefulness and concentration than their counterparts which used text only, text and audio, or text and video, or audio and video.
Richard E. Mayer's "modality principle" states that separate channels of working memory process auditory and visual information. Consequently, a learner can use more cognitive processing capacities to study materials that combine auditory verbal information with visual graphical information than to process materials that combine printed (visual) text with visual graphical information. In other words, the multi modal materials reduce the cognitive load imposed on working memory.
Statement of the Problem
This study aims to determine the evaluation of e-modules as supplementary materials in teaching selected topics in Araling Panlipunan to the Grade 7 students.
Specifically, this study will seek to answer the following questions:
1. What is the level of the e-module with respect to:
2. What is the mean level of evaluation of the e-module developed for Araling Panlipunan 7 according to its criteria:
3. Is there a significant difference in the evaluation of the e-module among the ratings of the Grade 7 teachers in the public and private schools in Cluster III, Division of Laguna?
The research hypothesis which will be pursued in this study is that there is no significant difference on the results of evaluating the developed e-module for Grade 7 from teachers in public and private schools.
Significance of the Study
Scope and Limitation of the Study
This study will focus only on the development and evaluation of e-modules in Araling Panlipunan 7 which will be evaluated by selected teachers in both public and private schools in Cluster III Division of Laguna.
This study will be using the descriptive method .
The main purpose of utilizing this method is to describe the data and characteristics about what is being studied. Hence, this type or research design will be a viable method to know how the developed e-module will be evaluated in teaching Araling Panlipunan 7.
With the main focus of this study, the population will be XX Grade 7 public and XX private school teachers teaching Araling Panlipunan 7 in Cluster III Division of Laguna.
According to Sevilla et. al. (1998), a minimum of 20 percent of the population size could be considered in the descriptive study. Hence, XX teachers from the private schools and XX teachers from the public school will be selected using purposive sampling.
- communications will be sent to the Educational Program Supervisor in Araling Panlipunan Mrs.Merlinda B. Ella and Assistant Schools Divisions Superintendent Mr. Rogel F. Opulencia asking permission and approval to conduct a study
-The following will be the stages to be monitored by the researcher during the conduct of the study
Topics stated in the Araling Panlipunan 7 curriculum guide and the students’ learning package provided by the Bureau of secondary will be carefully selected which will be made into an e-module. Additional information and pictures related to the topic will be gathered coming from other reference books and the internet.
Microsoft Powerpoint, Adobe Captivate and the online presentation makers Prezi and Powtoon will be used in creating the e-module. The criteria in the evaluation of the e-module which will be considered are (a) objectives, (b) contents, (c) suitability, (d) usefulness and (e) usability.
Prior to the evaluation, consultation will be undertaken to the thesis adviser, head teacher and K-12 trainers. The e-module will be evaluated through a questionnaire which will be administered to the K-12 curriculum experts upon screening of the material. The gathered evaluation, comments, recommendations and suggestions from the experts will be considered for the revision of the e-module based on the questionnaire for the basis for the revision of the e-module.
The revised e-module will then be evaluated by selected teachers from public and private schools from Cluster III, Division of Laguna.
Statistical Treatment of Data
Weighted Mean and Standard Deviation will be used to determine the status of the developed module in terms of its organization, workability, attainability, and relevance which will be equivalent to the acceptability of the e-module in teaching Araling Panlipunan 7.
Weighted Mean and Standard Deviation will also be used to determine the assessment of the evaluators on the characteristic of the module in terms of objectives, contents, suitability, usefulness and usability.
The response categories used are as follows: Highly Satisfactory, Very Satisfactory, Satisfactory, Moderately Satisfactory and Needs Improvement.
The t-test for uncorrelated mean at .05 will be used to determine the significant difference among the results of the evaluation of the G7 Araling Panlipunan teachers from public and private schools.
Arthur Robert P. Limongco
MT - I, PGMNHS
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