Instructional Strategies Employed by Public Elementary School Teachers in South Central Mindanao, Philippines

  • J.T. Haramain
  • S.K. Alih

Abstract

The use of appropriate instructional materials has been one of the consequential issues and concerns confronting the educational global community. This study intends to determine the extent of teachers’ instructional strategies among public elementary schools in South Central Mindanao, Philippines in terms of collaboration, demonstration, differentiated instruction, hands-off, hands-on, lesson objective, transparency, modelling, peer-teaching, problem-based instruction and traditional lecture employing the descriptive-quantitative research design using the random sampling method with a total of 200 respondents who answered the survey questionnaire. Findings revealed that the extent of teachers’ instructional strategies obtained a total average mean value of 3.67 described as strongly agree and interpreted as very effective at a rate of 76-100 percent signifying that the strategies utilized by the teachers have been contributing to the successful attainment of educational goals and objectives particularly among public elementary schools; hence, the continuous enhancement of the strategies utilized by the teachers needs to be considered particularly at this stage of global pandemic wherein paradigm shift in education has become the priority in order to address the rapid changes in the educational internal as well as external environment.Key words: instructional strategies, public elementary schools, teachers
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