Innovative Clinical Supervision for Excellence in Pedagogy: An Outcome-Based Project in Improving the Attributes and Performance Level of K to 12 Teachers

Authors

  • Francis Ryan D. Año Laguio Elementary School

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.7719/irj.v14i1.803

Keywords:

Education, attributes, teaching performance level, innovative clinical supervision, correlational research, Philippines

Abstract

The K to 12 basic education program brought reforms in the Philippine educational system constructively aligned with the 21st-century learning revolution in the ASEAN and international communities. This descriptive-evaluative correlational research, as funded by the DepED Basic Education Research Fund (BERF), investigated the improvement on the attributes and teaching performance level of the seventeen (17) purposively selected K to 12 teachers from the clustered schools through innovative clinical supervision. The researcher used a validated self-made questionnaire to gather the data and, statistically, analyzed using weighted mean, Pearson r, and t-test. Results revealed that the teachers attained a proficient level in the K to 12 attributes advanced level in the teaching performance, and the Innovative Clinical Supervision for Excellence in Pedagogy (ICSEP) Project was highly effective. Significant correlations emerged between the K to 12 attributes of teachers and the effectiveness of the ICSEP project and the teaching performance level and the effectiveness of the ICSEP project. A significant difference existed between the pre-and post-survey results on the K to 12 attributes of the teachers and their pre-and post-clinical observation results on the teaching performance of the K to 12 teachers. Thus, the ICSEP project has a positive correlation and impact on the improvement of the attributes and teaching performance level of the teachers.

Author Biography

Francis Ryan D. Año, Laguio Elementary School

Ragay, Camarines Sur, Philippines

Published

2020-11-25

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