Author: ORIBIANA, SUSAN, Palanas, Dexter, FUEGO, LIGAYA
Type of paper: Pre-Recorded Individual Paper
Pre-recorded presentation link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yUeMZNGP7QI Pedagogy, technology and material resources are some of the challenges encounter to ensure the continuity of learning (Luz, 2020). To deliver equal opportunities on the identified learning modalities teachers, parents and learners are factors that greatly affect the school learning performance. Thus, Department of Education Secretary Dr. Briones mandate schools to implement capacity building and establish support mechanism to ensure the seamless transition of learning activities into the New Normal format. The objective of the study is to know how parents, learners and teachers will be able to cope up with the new learning set-up. How these respondents embrace the changes and how their experiences affect the delivery and acquisition of learning as well as the implications of the crisis in the respondents’ personality as a whole. The study used mixed method sequential explanatory research design. In this research the data are collected in two consecutive phases. The first data was computed from the responses in the survey questionnaire while the second phase was thematically analyze during the focus group discussion. Based from the results, the new intervention model, Three-way Teaching and Learning Process in the New Normal, was established. The model integrate process between each participant such observation, communication, instruction, interaction, support and participation. This processes were found to be significant in ensuring the success of the new learning set-up. The corners of the model states the focus interventions such as communication access, professional development, digital collaboration, independent learning, stakeholder engagement and parental education. It is recommended to adopt the intervention model in the Division and School learning continuity plan.