MID-YEAR ASSESSMENT OF AHEAD LEARNING 2.0 OF THE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

Author:
Denmark Lacap, Annijah Kresheia W. Pavino, Fatima Joy P. Rodriguez

Doi: 10.26480/eldn.01.2023.43.46

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HyFlex Education Learning Program (HELP) is the educational strategy in the Basic Education of San Pablo Colleges. Its aim is centered on the continuity of education, attainment of the school’s vision and mission and the provision of quality education to the learners. The researchers therefore recognized the need to assess the delivery of the AHEAD Learning 2.0 in the eyes of the Senior High School learners. The descriptive research design was employed in the study involving 616 Senior High School learners as respondents. Findings revealed that the Senior High School students deemed AHEAD Learning 2.0 as a good learning delivery mode. They considered learning module as a good supplementary material during online classes and most of them were using smartphones for online learning. As for the stress experienced by the learners, they considered online sessions as moderately stressful, however face-to-face sessions were deemed slightly stressful. Moreover, the teachers were very helpful in terms of providing resources during online and face-to-face sessions; the respondents enjoyed learning with AHEAD 2.0; and teachers were very helpful during hybrid learning. Brightspace, the official learning management system of San Pablo Colleges, was deemed very helpful during hybrid learning. The respondents were satisfied with their learning experience using the AHEAD 2.0 and for them, the current-set up does not need any modification. Based on the findings of the study, series of actions were recommended in order to contribute to the quest for quality education.
Pages 43-46
Year 2023
Issue 1
Volume 1