Continuity of Learning Through TBM: Technology-Based Modalities During and After Pandemic


The COVID-19 pandemic is definitely a health issue that has affected much of the sectors in the community. As a city, Santa Rosa has never been hindered by the present challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, different calamities, and problems that need to be addressed appropriately. This investigated the learners' perspectives on their current capacity and its implications for learning continuity through technology-based modalities. These were investigated based on the availability of gadgets, internet connectivity, and their classroom learning experiences. As per select schools, out of the 28 public schools, select nearby senior high schools was the research locale. This study employed the convergent parallel design, which entails that the researcher concurrently conducted the quantitative and qualitative elements in the same phase of the research process, weighed the methods equally, analyzed the two components independently, and interpreted the results together. This study concluded that respondents favor modular distant learning. Most respondents who have difficulties in meeting the requirements were because of ICT limitations. Even though the majority of them have benefited from the assistance of their families and the local government, some of them are still having issues on their online capacity based on the indicated parameters. The emerging themes from the experiences and difficulties of learning amidst the pandemic were: Technology in Education; The Role and Function of Technology; Technology-based Learning Environment and Assessment; and Safety and Security. This study resulted with a proposed strategic plan - PAU, that can ensure the effective implementation of different learning modalities.

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Paulo B. Mangubos, DepED Santa Rosa City, Philippines

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Conference: ACE2023
Stream: Teaching Experiences

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Mangubos P. (2024) Continuity of Learning Through TBM: Technology-Based Modalities During and After Pandemic ISSN: 2186-5892 The Asian Conference on Education 2023: Official Conference Proceedings
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