PARENTAL EDUCATION PARTICIPATION PROGRAM FOR AHEAD LEARNING 2.0
Miriam F. Madia
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The study is an offshoot made by the Grade School Principal on the “Internal Strategic Analysis of Home Education Learning Mode (HELM) of San Pablo Colleges: Cornerstone for An Enhancement Plan.” Based on this concept, this study evolves through the perceived strengths of the Hybrid Education Learning Program (HELP), the extent of parents as supporters, providers, and collaborators, and the perceived challenges of the parents as they are involved in HELP. Specifically, this research utilized a quantitative descriptive research design. Using quota sampling, ten (10) parents per level, a total of forty (40) respondents were parents from Preschool to Grade 3. Parents are given a researcher-made questionnaire through google forms that underwent validity and reliability testing with Cronbach’s Alpha measure of reliability. The results show that the topmost challenges perceived by the parents are exposure of their children to other destructive gaming sites and apps, monitoring the compliance of their children’s performance tasks, and intermittent and unstable internet connectivity. Based on the findings, a proposed enhancement program implemented by the Grade School Department in coordination with the concerned offices is recommended.