Effectiveness of Using Different Modalities to the Learners’ Performance in Physical Education 8

Authors

  • Aiza B. Solomon Master of Arts in Education Major in Physical Education, Laguna State Polytechnic University, Los Banos Campus and JHS Teacher at General Gregorio Del Pilar Integrated School, Bulacan District, SDO Bulacan, Philippines
  • Nilda S. Alforja Associate Professor IV, Laguna State Polytechnic University–Los Banos Campus

Keywords:

Learning Modalities, Effectiveness, Synchronous, Asynchronous, Modular.

Abstract

The study determined the effectiveness using different to the learners performance in Physical Education 8. This study examined the use of classroom evaluation methods such as pretest and posttest, as well as various learning modalities such as synchronous, asynchronous, and modular. After determining the significant difference between the pretest and posttest using synchronous, asynchronous, and modular learning, a new school improvement plan was developed in the hopes of improving the instructional skills of P.E. teachers. Descriptive-correlational method was used in this study to determine the correlational relationship of the independent and dependent variable. Adaptive evaluation questions from the Self Learning Modules of DepEd were used to assess the scores of Grade 8 students. The ANOVA test was used to evaluate the statistical differences between the means of synchronous, asynchronous, and modular print learning in providing the instructions in P.E. The frequency and percent distributions were used in measuring the variables that make up an efficient online and modular learning. The Turkey post-hoc analysis was used to find out whether there was a substantial difference in pre and post-test scores between classes. The learners who used synchronous modality in physical education had the highest mean scores, followed by the asynchronous group, which had the lowest mean scores among the three groups of learners studied. Based on the findings provided, synchronous learning is a more efficient form of teaching P.E. instructions than asynchronous and modular learning. In the meantime, the Significant Difference between Pre-test and Post-test among Groups of Learners Test is significant. It means that each learning modalities has an impact on how teachers provide instructions to students. For successful teaching, teachers must choose the best learning modality that meets the needs of both the students and the school. It will act as a guide for MAPEH teachers as well as the school on how to change their practices and create detailed instructions based on the results of the school improvement plan.

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Published

2021-07-25

How to Cite

Aiza B. Solomon, & Nilda S. Alforja. (2021). Effectiveness of Using Different Modalities to the Learners’ Performance in Physical Education 8. International Journal of Recent Innovations in Academic Research, 5(7), 100–121. Retrieved from https://ijriar.com/index.php/ijriar/article/view/97