Blended, Distance, Electronic and Virtual-Learning for the New Normal of Mathematics Education: A Senior High School Student’s Perception
1 STI College – Global City, Taguig City, PHILIPPINES* Corresponding Author
European Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Education, 1(1), 2020, e02001, https://doi.org/10.30935/ejimed/8276
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This study examines the perception of the senior high school students on blended, distance, electronic and virtual learning as a new way of delivering lessons for the following school year due to the existing threat of CoViD-19. A random sample of 342 senior high school students of different strands from STI College Global City served as the sample of this study. Data were collected through a self-administered survey questionnaire sent through a google form to comply with the existing lockdown policies of the government. The result indicates that the subjects’ perception on the effectivity of online learning and their capability to attend the e-learning sessions is independent of their life style and available e-learning tools despite the result analysis of variance showing that their perceived mathematical capability are significantly different.
Cortez, C. P. (2020). Blended, Distance, Electronic and Virtual-Learning for the New Normal of Mathematics Education: A Senior High School Student’s Perception. European Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Education, 1(1), e02001. https://doi.org/10.30935/ejimed/8276
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