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Pedagogical Approaches and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Skills of Teachers in the E-Learning

Melanie L. Fajardo and Fe E. Mendoza Ed

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Fajardo, M.L. and Mendoza Ed, F.E., 2021. Pedagogical Approaches and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Skills of Teachers in the E-Learning. United International Journal for Research & Technology (UIJRT), 2(7), pp.118-122.

Abstract

The study aimed to determine the pedagogical approaches and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) skills in the e-learning of the teachers in Sorsogon City Division during the school year 2020-2021. It used the descriptive-survey method since a questionnaire was used in gathering the primary data as reflected in the problem. The respondents were the 216 teachers in the City Division of Sorsogon who were selected using random sampling.  The statistical tool utilized were the frequency, ranking, and weighted mean. This study concluded that the teachers often use the appropriate pedagogical approaches in the new normal. They often use their basic computer literacy, ability to back up files, experience for online work, ability to nurture creativity, and social networks. Also, the most instructional materials applicable for distance learning are printed materials, cellphone, internet, television, and email. It was recommended that the teachers may be provided with the seminar, training, and workshop on the appropriate pedagogical approaches in e-learning for them to be fully equipped in delivering the instruction.

Keywords: E-Learning, ICT Skills of Teachers, Pedagogical Approaches, Sorsogon City.

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