International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Education Management | Philippines | Volume 9 Issue 6, June 2020 | Rating: 6.5 / 10


National Competency - Based Teacher Standards of Mid-Level Administrators and its Effect on their Critical Thinking Skills: Basis for Four Pronged Program

Cely B. Labadan | Alma T. Gurrea


Abstract: This study determined the effect of the level of NCBTS learned to the level of Critical Thinking Skills acquired by the 393 Mid-Level Administrators of Public Secondary High School in Fourteen Divisions of Region X namely: 1. Cagayan de Oro City (40 respondents) 2. Misamis Oriental (68 respondents) 3. El Salvador City (3 respondents) 4. Iligan City (32 respondents) 5. Lanao Del Norte (42 respondents) 6. Ozamis City (15 respondents) 7. Misamis Occidental (35 respondents) 8. Bukidnon (72 respondents) 9. Camiguin (15 respondents) 10. Gingoog City (17 respondents) 11. Malaybalay City (18 respondents) 12. Oroqueta City (12 respondents) 13. Tangub City (12 respondents) 14. Valencia City (12 respondents). Prior to the collection of Data the researcher secured permission to conduct the study from the Office of the Regional Director. It also looked into the following specific questions: 1) what is the characteristics of respondents in terms of gender, study habits, teaching experience, attitude towards teaching and leadership Potential 2) What is the respondents’ level of NCBTS learned in terms of the following: social regard for learning, the learning environment, the diversity of learners, curriculum, planning, and assessing & reporting, community linkages, personal & professional growth 3) What is the respondents’ level of critical thinking skills acquired based


Keywords: Mid-level Administrators, National competency based- teachers standard NCBTS, Learned, effect, critical thinking, skills acquired


Edition: Volume 9 Issue 6, June 2020,


Pages: 1820 - 1869


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