The Extent of the Implementation of the Learning Continuity Plan of Panabo City National High School During Covid-19 Pandemic

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International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science (IJRISS) | Volume V, Issue XI, November 2021 | ISSN 2454–6186

The Extent of the Implementation of the Learning Continuity Plan of Panabo City National High School During Covid-19 Pandemic

Theresa R. Baman1, Ronald S. Decano2
1Graduate Student, Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Management, Davao del Norte State College, Philippines
2Dean, Institute of Advanced Studies, Davao del Norte State College, Philippines

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Abstract – Covid-19 disease brought threats to humankind worldwide that made the closure of establishments, especially schools, to protect mainly the students, teachers, and its school staff. For this reason, face-to-face sessions were discouraged and other modalities were introduced based on the local Learning Continuity Plan of the school. Panabo City National High School crafted its Learning Continuity Plan based on the Department of Education Order No. 19 series of 2020. This study aims to determine the extent of implementing the Learning Continuity Plan of Panabo City National High School in its learning modalities utilized, the challenges, opinions, and recommendations by the parents, teachers, students, and other stakeholders. The challenges, opinions, and recommendations were identified through a quantitative deductive research design by conducting surveys to the 100 Panabo City National High School participants through quota and purposive sampling. The results showed that the school has implemented its Learning Continuity Plan (LCP) very well and observed by the parents, teacher, students, and other stakeholders and private individuals. The challenges that emerged were limited supply of printing materials in the production and delivery of modules; students struggle with self-studying, parents’ lack of knowledge to academically guide their child/children, internet, and other technical capacity issues. In conclusion, the study determined the extent of the implementation of the Learning Continuity Plan and recommendations for any room of improvement. The result of this study may serve as a springboard for the future improvements of the schools’ existing programs and guidelines on implementing the Learning Continuity Plan for the next school year.

Keywords- students, learning continuity plan, modular distance learning

I. INTRODUCTION

Corona Virus Disease or commonly called as Covid-19 disease, is undoubtedly a global health issue. This disease posed a significant threat to everyone since it may spread directly or indirectly. Anyone can be a carrier of this virus if not given attention. The virus attacks the respiratory system such as the nose, throat, and lungs. The complication of handling the outbreak, the absence of vaccines and drugs to treat Covid patients has made the government and the Department of Education implement strict policies to break the chain of the spread of Covid-19.