Teaching Strategies and Program Learning Outcomes for the Bachelor of Elementary Education in a State University


AUTHORS: Jona R. Asuncion




Volume:1

Issue: 8

Page: 36-43


Received:07-Jul-2021

Accepted:09-Jul-2021


ABSTRACT:This study would like to determine if the different teaching strategies will have a relationship with the Bachelor of Elementary Education Students Learning Outcome. The study used a descriptive survey design of research. According to Aggarwal (2008), descriptive research is devoted to gathering information about prevailing conditions or situations for description and interpretation. Data were analyzed using the IBM SPSS Statistics 2.0. It was found out that the instructors at a State University frequently used different teaching strategies effectively. BEED students are much aware of the program's learning outcomes and program performance indicators. However, it seems that instructors are using traditional teaching strategies more often it must imply for the instructors to use modern technology. Because of the findings and conclusions, the researcher recommends that a.) Although the instructors frequently used different teaching strategies effectively, instructors can use a combination of traditional and modern teaching strategies to address students' varying learning styles and academics as well as to make the learning environment dynamic and motivational for students. The teacher education program profession may explore implementing hybrid designs of learning, b.) The State University should be student-centered rather than teacher-centered, in that way it describes what the students will do, not what the instructor will teach, c.) The University should allow teachers and administrators to focus on the balance between the content across curricula. It allows them to look into each classroom and see what children learn and helps them gather data on redundancies or gaps in the course content, and d.) Training design is never considered to be done, there is always ongoing development seeking to improve student learning and content quality across schools, therefore instructors should continuously assess and may revise to ensure students get the most out of their education, and for instructors to use the most effective strategies in their lessons.


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