This study used a qualitative method of study. The researcher used the non-numerical data analysis to determine lived experiences of teachers in blended learning along Attitudes of Students, Parents’ involvement, Administrative Support, and Working Relationships; the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats in Blended Learning.
This study explored the lived experiences of Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao (EsP) teachers in blended learning and drew several conclusions. The study found that ESP teachers faced challenges in terms of student attitudes towards blended learning, lack of parental support, and difficulty in assessing progress. However, there were also strengths such as flexibility, personalization, and access to resources. Potential weaknesses and threats were also identified, including technical issues and limited social interaction. The study proposed an action plan for teaching ESP, including providing training and support for teachers, encouraging parental involvement, ensuring access to technology, and using a variety of instructional strategies. These findings can inform the development of professional development programs for ESP teachers and improve the integration of values education in blended learning.