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ALS TEACHERS? PROFESSIONAL ATTRIBUTES AND SUPERVISORY SKILLS IN RELATION TO ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM PERFORMANCE

Volume: 106  ,  Issue: 1 , August    Published Date: 05 August 2022
Publisher Name: IJRP
Views: 280  ,  Download: 961 , Pages: 100 - 116    
DOI: 10.47119/IJRP1001061820223734

Authors

# Author Name
1 Jonard P. Borja

Abstract

The main purpose of this study is to determine the relationship of ALS teachers? professional attributes and supervisory skills to alternative learning system performance. Independent Variables are professional attributes and supervisory skills. Dependent variables are number of stakeholders, IPCR Results and number of learner?s passing rate. A questionnaire was given to 15 respondents from the selected district in the Division of Laguna. Mean level and Spearman-rho were employed. Descriptive method was used in this study. In the overall computed data, it revealed that ALS teachers? professional attributes and supervisory skills have significant relationship to the performance of alternative learning system in selected district in the Division of Laguna. Therefore, the hypothesis stating that the professional attributes and supervisory skills have no significant relationship on the performance of ALS teachers in selected district in the Division of Laguna, is partially rejected. Out of the findings and conclusions, the following recommendations were formulated. 1. ALS Teachers may continue their professional growth by enrolling in graduate school especially those new in the system of alternative school so that ALS teachers can improve their managerial skills. 2. ALS Teachers may seek for more service providers/stakeholders to improve their community learning center (CLC). This may help them to improve learnings of the ALS learners. 3. ALS Teachers may render more time and effort in reviewing the leaners who will take Accreditation and Equivalency (A & E) exam to maintain high passing rate for the next consecutive years. 4. ALS Teachers may continue attending seminars and workshops related to Alternative Leaning System for professional growth and achievement to wit: a). Content Knowledge, Pedagogy and Andragogy Focusing on Learning Strands in Alternative Learning System, b).Workshop on the Revision of Alternative Learning System Accreditation and Equivalency Modules, c). Division Evaluation of Weekly Learning Log of Alternative Learning System Implementers, d). Workshop on the Finalization of Alternative Learning System Accreditation and Equivalency Modules. 5. ALS Teachers may give more time and efforts in training learners who will join the contest specifically in sports program to wit: a). Division Refresher Course in Coaching and Officiating For ALS Implementers, b). Technical Official in District Meet, Unit Meet, Division Meet, Provincial Meet and Regional Sports Competition. 6. To improve the performance ALS Teachers, the shared governance may continuously support the program of the Alternative Learning System under the Department of Education and it will be done successfully with the unity of parents, ALS teachers, school head and other stakeholders. 7. Future researchers may conduct in depth study to better find out other attributes of ALS program with an objective of improving more its services to the students and community as well.

Keywords

  • Alternative Learning System
  • professional attributes
  • Servoce Provider/Stakeholders
  • Supervisory Skills
  • ALS Performance