M.Tech / M.E / PhD Thesis | Education Management | Philippines | Volume 10 Issue 3, March 2021
Professional Development, Instructional Materials, and Pedagogy on the Performance of Filipino Language Teachers
Charissa Aranco Longkiao-Canubas Ph.D
Abstract: The study aimed to develop a structural model on the performance of Filipino language teachers considering their professional development, use of instructional materials and practice of different pedagogies. It also delved into the relationships of the three independent variables toward the dependent variable the performance of the Filipino Language Teachers?. Moreover, it investigated the variables that predict teachers? performance. A structural model on teachers? performance was also explored in an attempt to find the best fitting model. The participants of the study were the 664 Filipino Language teachers' in the Department of Education Region 10. The data were gathered through the use of a survey questionnaire. The researcher used descriptive statistics, pearson product-moment correlation, the stepwise multiple-linear regression, and the structural equation modelling. Results revealed that most of the Filipino Language teachers had very satisfactory performance. It also shows that they have high professional development, high utilization of varied type of instructional materials and employment of different pedagogies. Only four sub-variables showed a significant relationship toward teachers' performance, and these are the utilization of teaching materials, use of various types of teaching materials, modification of instruction/teachers responsiveness and sheltering instruction. Modification of instruction/teacher responsiveness, sheltering instruction, use of various types of teaching materials and the utilization of teaching materials best predict the performance of Filipino language teachers. Finally, the structural model of the performance of the Filipino Language Teachers was best anchored on the professional development attained by the teachers, and on their use and application of instructional materials in their instruction.
Keywords: Teachers performance, instructional materials, professional development
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 3, March 2021,
Pages: 603 - 613
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