Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Skills and Level of Integration in Teaching Science
This study aimed to determine the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) skills and level of integration of teachers in teaching Science in Gubat District for the School Year 2020-2021. It used the descriptive-survey method since a questionnaire was devised for the gathering of the primary data as reflected in the problem. The respondents were the 48 secondary Science teachers from the national high schools in Gubat District. The statistical tools utilized were the frequency, percentage, weighted mean and Chi-square of association. The study revealed that the majority of the Science teachers are 41 years old and above, female, and have 10 years and below experience. Also, most of them are Teacher I, with master’s units, and attended the local ICT-related training. The Science teachers have very satisfactory ICT skills in productivity tools, video presentation, internet searching, and email management. However, they have satisfactory skills in other online learning tools. Similarly, the age, sex, length of service, position, educational attainment, and ICT training attended are significantly associated with productivity tools, video presentation, and internet searching. However, sex and educational attainment have a significant relationship with email management and another online learning platform. Likewise, Science teachers often integrate the ICT skills in teaching Science. The In-Service Training program was proposed in order to enhance the ICT skills and level of integration in teaching Science.