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Title:
VIEWS AND PREFERENCES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FOR IT COURSES: THE CASE OF BSIT STUDENTS

Authors:
Las Johansen B. Caluza, Lowell A. Quisumbing, Devine Grace D. Funcion, Micheline A. Gotardo, Rommel L. Verecio, Jeffrey C. Cinco


Volume - 2 Issue - 9, Pages - 4554-4569

Abstract:
Instructional material is a preeminent factor toward academic performance. It is remarkable for the teacher to develop instructional material to guide the student in their academic performance. With the presence of this instructional material, the learning process can be fun because of the healthy exchange of information from the student and teacher. The research method that was used in this study is a mixed method, thirty-four (34) students were identified based on the random sampling from the first year to fourth year IT Students. Based on the result there is a need for the IT faculty to develop instructional materials specifically on the IT_101 (Information Technology with Software Application) since this subject is offered in the first year, the first semester of the school year. It is recommended that there is an evaluation of the instructional materials that is being developed to know the effectiveness of these instructional materials in the learning process and improvement of academic performance of the students.

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[Caluza, Las Johansen B., et al. "VIEWS AND PREFERENCES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FOR IT COURSES: THE CASE OF BSIT STUDENTS." International Journal of Social Science and Economic Research, vol. 2, no. 9, 2017, pp. 4554-4569. September.]

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