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FACILITATION SKILLS OF GRADE SCHOOL TEACHERS IN INCREASING LEARNING RETENTION AMONG GRADE SCHOOL PUPILS.pdf (380.77 kB)

FACILITATION SKILLS OF GRADE SCHOOL TEACHERS IN INCREASING LEARNING RETENTION AMONG GRADE SCHOOL PUPILS IN LUCENA CITY

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posted on 11.10.2019 by GARRY LINGON

Based on the results of the study, teachers give pupils an ample time to discover new things on their own. Besides, the way of how the teachers facilitate the learning process might affect the academic performance of the pupils. Consequently, it comes in challenges being faced by the teachers in the facilitation of the learning activities of learners such as planning, creating, preparing, and selecting the materials used on it. Moreover, teachers necessary to consider the student's need for making learning activities. This activity must suit the capability of the learners, adapt to the different learning styles, and especially it is must stimulate the interest of the learners. Although not all activities are suited for all learners because learners are diverse and unique in nature. hence, the needs of pupils are the major concern of the teachers, to assure that the students learn and this learning could apply in their daily lives for meaningful learning. Further, research dealt with the challenges of the teachers in increasing the learning retention of pupils and determine the possible activities employed by the teachers in stimulating the interest of the learners. This research measure the responses measured in getting the frequency, percentage, and weighted mean using formulas to analyze the data gathered. Utilize descriptive design with a survey questionnaire as the research instrument. This research has two sets of respondents the grade school teachers and pupils.

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garryclingon@gmail.com

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Philippines

Lead author job role

Further Education Lecturer

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Written informed consent was obtained from all participants. All procedures performed in the study involving human participants were following the ethical standards of the institution and/or the oral examination committee. As a response to the privacy of the respondents and research locale, the researcher did not indicate the name of the respondents and research locale throughout the research. Especially, all the consent form and other documents did not indicate in the study to protect the name of the institution and respondents.

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