International Journal of English Language Studies
EISSN : 2707-7578
Current Publisher: Al-Kindi Center for Research and Development (10.32996)
Total articles ≅ 2
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Published: 1 January 2020
International Journal of English Language Studies, Volume 2, pp 8-24; doi:10.32996/ijels.2020.2.3.1
This study aimed to determine the level of Senior High School Teachers’ Research Competence and Satisfaction on Facilities and Resources and the relationship among these variables. It utilized the descriptive-correlational research design through survey method. The results of the findings revealed that most of the respondents were graduates of BSEd-English with master’s unit, rendered 0-5 years, had taught the Practical Research subject for two semesters, and attended the Mass Training for Applied subjects. Generally, Practical Research teachers are competent in terms of technical aspects, major parts of the research paper, other parts of research paper and other-research skills. They are Not Satisfied on the facilities and resources provided by the school. Teachers viewed that their profile have no impact to their research competence. There was no significant difference on the level of satisfaction on facilities and resources in terms of area of specialization, number of years in service, number of semesters in handling Research subjects and seminar-trainings attended. However, there is significant difference on the level of satisfaction on facilities and resources in terms of highest educational attainment. Finally, there was a correlation between the level of research competence and satisfaction on the facilities and resources. This research concludes that the teachers’ research competence is interrelated by their satisfaction level on the facilities and resources. However, this level of satisfaction can be attributed to their educational attainment. The higher the level of their educational attainment the more they will demand on the facilities and resources to be provided by the school. Recommendations were proposed to enhance teachers’ research competence.
Published: 1 January 2020
International Journal of English Language Studies, Volume 2, pp 1-12; doi:10.32996/ijes.2020.2.4.1
This study primarily aimed to assess the efficacy of Scan Attendance Manager Application using Quick Response Code as perceived by the teachers in Dagohoy National High School, Dagohoy, Bohol, Philippines, School Year 2019-2020. It utilized Descriptive-Comparative research design through survey method. It was concluded that the Scan Attendance Manager is a reliable application wherein teachers could conveniently use to monitor class attendance by simply scanning the QR code embedded to each student's ID. As expected, this application provides efficient data output from detecting absent students to generating reports; thus, it is advisable to use. As all teacher-respondents strongly agree, there is nothing to worry about generating the reports since the data produced by the SAM application is definitely accurate. It was also concluded that the Scan Attendance Manager app is not only useful for classroom attendance; it can also be used to different kind of activities considering that there will be attendance to monitor. Moreover, the attendance data report was securely stored in the SAM database, and the teachers need nothing to worry about confidentiality since they are the only ones who have access. There is a significant difference between the weighted average class attendance percentage of the months before and after using the SAM app. It further signifies that the attendance of the class after the teachers have utilized the SAM application had evidently shown significant improvement; thus the Scan Attendance Manager Application using Quick Response Code is useful not just by providing convenience to teachers, but importantly it virtually eliminates absences. There is a significant variance among the five classifications of the Efficacy of the Scan Attendance Manager App as perceived by the teachers. Among the five classifications, teachers have extensively perceived the efficient output that Scan Attendance Manager could provide in terms of its general function in monitoring class attendance.