Student’s Performance on Online Learning Platforms during the Covid-19 Pandemic


Research Paper (undergraduate), 2021

17 Pages, Grade: XII


Excerpt

ABSTRACT

DONNA MAE D. SURALIZA

Department of Education – Cebu Province

This research aimed to develop a resiliency program after finding out the impact of an online learning platform at Tayud National High School – Senior High School Department during school year 2020-2021. To present the descriptive findings of the study, qualitative research in particular phenomenological design was used. The findings of the study revealed that there is a significant impact upon the student’s learning in an online platform. Moreover, a must to design a resiliency program to address the needs of the learners and some pedagogical skills to be adapted for the Senior High School Teachers. Thus, the use of google applications such as google meet, google drive, and google classroom has helped in the attainment of an online learning platform. Hence, online learning or distance learning should be the core on the resiliency program of the school for it to be more impacting to the student’s learning despite of the fact that the global pandemic is still present at this era.

Keywords: Online Learning Student’s Performance, Qualitative Study, Phenomenological Design, Resiliency Program, Tayud, Cebu, Philippines

I. Introduction

Virtual learning or e-learning is utilizing electronic strategies to get access to subjects and other learning experiences in an educational curriculum . Basically, instruction is concerned about the improvement of the entire individual. It includes reformation of the provided information, abilities, states of mind, and qualities that will be a masterpiece of the student’s lives. In this period, attaining education is a constitutional right despite of the fact that COVID-19 is a global pandemic, and everyone should stay at home in pursuant to the IATF rule. Good to say, e-learning makes education flexible, attainable and relevant because there is no limitation of time and space. However, interactive activities such as teacher-student interaction virtually, student-content interaction are a core to achieve a higher impact of online learning. Indeed, internet connection plays a big role in attaining online or virtual learning.

In conjunction to this, the influence of COVID-19 pandemic on the education system leads to schools and colleges’ widespread closures worldwide. As cited in 2020) for preventing the transmission of the coronavirus amongst the students (Bayham & Fenichel, 2020). School closures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic have shed light on several issues affecting access to education. COVID-19 is soaring due to which the huge number of children, adults, and youths cannot attend schools and colleges (UNESCO, 2020). Lah and Botelho (2012) contended that the effect of school closing on students’ performance is hazy. On the other hand, Department of Education orders school closing and introduces blended learning to achieve continuity of learning.

Similarly, school closing may also affect students because of disruption of teacher and students’ networks, leading to poor performance. Bridge (2020) reported that schools and colleges are moving towards educational technologies for student learning to avoid a strain during the pandemic season. Hence, the present study’s objective is to develop and test a conceptual model of student’s satisfaction pertaining to online teaching during COVID-19, where both students and teachers have no other option than to use the online platform uninterrupted learning and teaching.

Henceforth, this research assesses online learning platform at Tayud National High School – Senior High School Department during school year 2020-2021 to develop a resiliency program.

II. Methodology

· Research Design

This study explores the effects online learning students’ performance Senior High School level of Tayud National High School. The researcher used qualitative method for the present study, in particular a phenomenological design.

· Selection Criteria

The gathering of data was in accordance to the following scheme: preliminary preparation, administration and collection of research instruments, scoring treatment and statistical treatment of data.

As an initial preparation for the gathering of data, permission to conduct a study was sought from the school authorities which will include a letter of permission from the Public Schools District Supervisor. To ensure the full support and cooperation of the respondents, the researcher met them to explain the purpose of the study. Then, the answering of questionnaire will be administered. After getting the respondent’s questionnaire, it was interpreted using statistical treatment computations. Having gathered the answers, data will be tabulated, statistically treated, analyzed, and interpreted.

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Title
Student’s Performance on Online Learning Platforms during the Covid-19 Pandemic
Course
Doctor in Development Education
Grade
XII
Author
Year
2021
Pages
17
Catalog Number
V1150819
ISBN (eBook)
9783346541864
ISBN (Book)
9783346541871
Language
English
Tags
Online Learning. Qualitative Study. Pandemic Study, Online Learning Student’s Performance, Qualitative Study, Phenomenological Design, Resiliency Program, Tayud, Cebu, Philippines
Quote paper
Donna Mae Suraliza (Author), 2021, Student’s Performance on Online Learning Platforms during the Covid-19 Pandemic, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/1150819

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