Searched Article

User Image Article Published

The Adaptability of Public School Teachers amidst the Pandemic

Author(s): Noel P. Munda

Published: 15 Oct 2021
Volume: 25 (2021) Issue 1, Page: 37, Category: Social Science,
DOI:


Abstract

This study focused on the adaptability of public-school teachers from a national high school, in a city schools division in Laguna, Philippines during 2019 – 2020. Using a descriptive type of research design, the study was conducted among 90 respondents (with 24 males and 66 females) with the use of survey. The instrument was adopted, modified, and validated by pool of experts with reliability analysis carried out and yielded a Cronbach’s alpha of 0.901 which shows the questionnaire reached an excellent reliability. For the statistical tools, the study include frequency, percentage, mean, and standard deviation. The study found that the respondents’ adaptability was “High” in terms of self-awareness, personal management, problem-solving and decision-making, attitude, and knowledge of competencies. Male respondents appeared to be more adaptable than females. Respondents with age greater than 50 obtained a very high adaptability level compared to the rest of the age groups. Respondents with teaching experience 16 – 20 and greater than 30 years got very high adaptability. In conclusion, the participants were highly adaptable even when they are experiencing the pandemic COVID-19. Thus, it is recommended that teachers should communicate with the persons concerned using any medium and understand their situations, and pursue performing their responsibilities.


Keyword(s): Adaptability Public School Teachers Pandemic


Download Article
pej CMU CMUJS CHED
This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website More info. That's Fine