Effectiveness of Scie-chain Method on Students’ Academic Achievement and Attitude in Managing Large Classes in Science 10

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Ma. Mheliza S. Valiente
Rema Bascos-Ocampo

Abstract

The researchers aimed to find out the effectiveness of Scie-chain method on students’ academic achievement and attitude in managing large classes in Science 10 of Flora National High School.  Specifically, it identified the difference and effect to the academic achievement of students and students’ attitude towards Science of the traditional method and Scie-chain method of teaching. The researchers employed the two-group pretest- posttest quasi-experimental design which made use of the Scie-chain method (Inquiry-based, ICT utilization, and flock system) in the experimental group. The data were analyzed with the use of weighted mean. Results of the study showed thatoriginally the experimental group and the control group are equal in terms ofacademic achievement and attitude towards Science. After the intervention, the experimental group yielded better result in terms of academic achievement and attitude towards Science as Manifested in the difference in their post test. From the findings of the study, the following conclusions were drawn:1. students exposed to the Scie-chain method attained better academic achievement compared to students exposed to traditional teaching method; the intervention (Scie-chain method) enhanced the level of attitude of students towards Science; and the Scie-chain method is an effective strategy to manage large classes.

Keywords:
Large classes, scie-chain method, quasi-experimental, inquiry based, flock system, ICT teaching.

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Valiente, M. M. S., & Bascos-Ocampo, R. (2021). Effectiveness of Scie-chain Method on Students’ Academic Achievement and Attitude in Managing Large Classes in Science 10. Asian Journal of Education and Social Studies, 15(3), 33-41. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajess/2021/v15i330382
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