Availability of instructional materials model of the technical-vocational livelihood curriculum implementation for public senior high schools
Keywords:Senior High School TVL, Teacher-trainers, Senior High School Work Immersion, Instructional materials, DepEd Order No.19 series of 2016, TVL specialization, Availability of instructional materials
This study is aimed at designing a model that will enhance the availability of instructional materials of the Technical Vocational Livelihood curriculum implementation. A descriptive-correlational design was the over-all strategy of the study. In obtaining the necessary data, a researcher-constructed survey questionnaire had been developed which was then later subjected to pilot-testing in the public senior high schools in the division of Bayawan City. The questions which had been developed were focused on the school and the teacher trainers’ profiles, their knowledge, beliefs and attitude, their perceived self-efficacy, and the identified restraining and driving forces that affects the extent of availability of instructional materials of the TVL curriculum implementation. Likewise, queries about the extent of appropriateness of work immersion and extent of availability of instructional materials of the strand offered were also developed. All these questions served as exploratory variables for the study. Apparently, the researcher used total population sampling. The respondents included seventy-six (76) TVL teacher-trainers from the twenty-four (24) identified public secondary schools in the three cities of 2nd congressional district of Negros Oriental namely Dumaguete, Tanjay and Bais. This study has revealed that instructional materials are the primary needs in developing the skills of all the learners in the SHS-TVL schools undertaking the successful conduct of all the activities inside the classroom. Therefore, students learning progression is hindered due to insufficiency of instructional resources but considering also other motivating forces to enhance and innovate availability of instructional resources.
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