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ABSTRACT Title

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STRENGTHENED TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAM (STVEP) AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS: BASIS FOR PROGRAM ENHANCEMENT

No. of Pages

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130 pages

Researcher

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FE G. NIJAGA

Adviser

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CHUCHI P. GARGANERA,Ph D.

School

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St. Peter’s College Sabayle Street, Iligan City

Degree

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Master of Arts in Education Major in Educational Management

Year Completed

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2011

Sponsor

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Personal Study

Type of Publication

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Unpublished

This research work is aimed at determining the

level of

implementation of the Technical Vocational Education Program and Student Skills Development of Iligan City National School of Fisheries, Buru-un, Iligan City.

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It answered the problem of determining the profile of administrators and teachers in terms of: Educational attainment, number of in-service trainings attended in the last three years, and length of service. Furthermore, it also tried to determine the level of implementation of the STVE program of activities as assessed by the administrators and teachers in terms of the following: Utilization/production of teacher’s instructional materials, Competency-Based Curriculum, Instruction, Supervision and Evaluation of Instruction, Monitoring and Assessment of

Student

Progress,

Students

Skills

Development

(Student

learning),Job Skill Match, Career Preparation. RECOMMENDATION Anchored on the findings and conclusion of this present study, the following are the formulated recommendations to improve STVE program implementation: 1. The school administration should find ways to motivate the teachers to finish their graduate studies. This could be in the form of local scholarships such as those offered by the Civil Service Commission, the Department of Science and Technology or the Local Government Unit. The Parents and Teachers Association could also be vi


tapped to

give/offer financial assistance to deserving teachers who

would enroll in graduate studies. 2. A scheme in sending teachers to seminars or trainings must be established by the school administrator by giving full support and priority to those teachers who have less exposure and are in need to update themselves. 3. A re-orientation program could be made every summer, just before the classes start. Part of the activity is the visioning- this would help the teachers better understand the objectives of the STVE program and their role as program implementers. Consequently, teachers are expected to renew their commitment of providing quality education to their students. 4. Institutional seminars or trainings related to each component of the STVE program could be conducted. There are local experts on various fields who could be tapped as resource speakers. With this, all teachers could participate and learn from the activity with minimal cost. 5. The school may adopt the proposed enhancement program for the STVE or may use the findings of this study as a benchmark for crafting its own program. vii


6. There is a need to conduct further research on program implementation of the STVE but with a wider scope to determine the strengths and weaknesses of the program implementation of other schools, uphold and share good practices and recommend for policy formulation if needed.

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