Enhanced Technical and Administrative Skills of School Heads in Bulan District
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Research Paper | Management | Philippines | Volume 9 Issue 5, May 2020

Enhanced Technical and Administrative Skills of School Heads in Bulan District

Darwin Ll. Gersalia, Noel G. Benavides, Aldin D. Labo

The study aimed to determine the technical and administrative skills of the school heads as enhanced by the utilization the Department of Education (DepED) Information System in Bulan District during the school year 2018-2019.It used the descriptive-survey method since a questionnaire was devised in gathering the primary data as reflected in the problem. The respondents were all the school heads in the elementary school in the four districts of Bulan. The statistical tools utilized were weighted mean and ranking. The findings revealed that the school heads sometimes used the Enhanced Basic Education Information System (EBEIS) and Enterprise Human Resource Information System (EHRIS) with overall weighted means of 2.20 and 2.01, respectively. Similarly, the technical skills of the school heads in using the EBEIS were enhanced since they become advanced beginner with an average of 2.37 whereas they become competent when the EHRIS was utilized. On the other hand, the school heads became competent in their administrative skills when EBEIS and EHRIS were utilized. Moreover, the top five problems encountered by the teachers in utilizing the DCP package are insufficient ratio of computers available in school e-classroom with sum of ranks of 82 followed by high cost of ICT equipment parts, accessories and consumable supplies with sum of ranks of 97. Then the lack of available room that can be used as e-classroom with rank sum of 110 andthe other two problems are lack of counterpart support from stakeholder in the sustainability of the program (rank sum=115) and minimal allocation for maintenance or expenditure towards the development of ICT related facilities (rank sum=134). With these, an action plan was crafted in order to enhance their technical and administrative skills in utilizing the DepEd Information System. Based on the findings, the following conclusions were drawn: The school heads do not regularly used the DepEd Information System; the technical skills of the s

Keywords: Technical Skill, Administrative Skill

Edition: Volume 9 Issue 5, May 2020

Pages: 1381 - 1385

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Darwin Ll. Gersalia, Noel G. Benavides, Aldin D. Labo, "Enhanced Technical and Administrative Skills of School Heads in Bulan District", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SR20513090340, Volume 9 Issue 5, May 2020, 1381 - 1385

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