School Learning Action Cell (SLAC) among Secondary School Teachers under New Normal
Asian Journal of Education and Social Studies,
Aims: To determine the relationship among the demographic profile, level of management skills, and level of implementation of School Learning Action Cell (SLAC)
Study design: Descriptive - correlation
Place and Duration of Study: Department of Education, Division of Digos City, Davao del Sur during the Second Semester 2020-2021.
Methodology: The study involved 133 English teachers from seven public secondary schools. These teachers were involved in SLAC implementation. Complete enumeration was used in selecting the teachers.
Results: Most of the respondents’ average age was 37, mostly female, and serving the Department of Education for 11 years and above. In the SLAC, respondents had been serving as members for two to three years. The level of management skills of those serving the SLAC and SLACs in terms of Topic and Implementation Process were described as very much ready. With regards to the relationship of respondents’ demographic profile and the level of SLAC Implementation, the age and years rendered in SLAC had influenced to its implementation. Moreover, there was a very strong relationship between the level of management skills and SLAC implementation. Although the result did not show the entire situation in the country, the conduct of SLAC sessions could be sustained as well as its monitoring and evaluation to keep everyone updated in the new teaching pedagogy that might help address the challenges in the teaching-learning process.
Conclusion: Teachers who are in their late thirties and above and have experienced in handling SLAC may be given bigger responsiblities for SLAC implementation. Moreover, level of management of skills may be enhanced to improve the implementation of SLAC.
- School learning action cell (SLAC)
- secondary school teachers
- Kapatagan National High School
- Digos city
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