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Parent-Teacher-Learner Collaboration in Facilitating Modular Instruction

Acilej Gift R. Guan and Noel G. Benavides

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Guan, A.G.R. and Benavides, N.G., 2021. Parent-Teacher-Learner Collaboration in Facilitating Modular Instruction. United International Journal for Research & Technology (UIJRT), 2(7), pp.80-89.

Abstract

The study aimed to assess the parent-teacher-learner collaboration in facilitating modular instruction in San Juan Daan Elementary School for school year 2020-2021. It used the qualitative research method since a structured interview was utilized in gathering the primary data. Using this method, interviews were conducted to get the needed data from the 40 participants. The participants were the 20 learners with their 20 respective parents of San Juan Daan Elementary School in Bulan District. This method was able to showcase the collaborative efforts of the parents, the learners, and the teacher in ensuring the continuity of the teaching and learning process amidst the new normal.

Keywords: Modular Instruction, Parent-Teacher-Learner Collaboration, Pandemic, Subject Matter Knowledge of the Parent.

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