Available Online: 24 June 2021
Emilio Aguinaldo College, Philippines (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This study determined the integration of ICT in teaching by the teachers in selected public elementary schools at District IV in the Division of Pasig City, assessed by the heads, and teachers themselves. The method used was descriptive to collect quantitative information by setting up a condition that allowed respondent to answer the survey questionnaire through a checklist about integration on instructional technologies and capabilities of their school. In this study, the heads and the teachers in selected public elementary schools at District IV of the Division of Pasig City-Ninoy Aquino Pilot Community Elementary School (NAES), and Manggahan Elementary School (MES), were tasked to answer the research questions. There were 27 heads and 134 teachers who partook in assessing the research problems. The majority of the respondents were mature and old enough to handle their students. It also shows that since they were mature, they were confident and more experienced than the beginner teachers. Furthermore, most head teachers and teachers were females; thus’ they were all guided by their maternal instinct in teaching their students. Most of the teachers considered Graduate School as part of their profession. They are all continuing their education for them to gain more knowledge about teaching. There are 22 percent of the respondents who needs to be encourage in attending training/seminars regarding ICT. The extent of ICT integration required by the two groups of respondents classified as to entry, adaptation and appropriation rated as Agree. While in terms of adoption and invention, it ranked as Highly Agree. There is a significant difference between the assessments of the two groups of respondents on integrating ICT in teaching. There is a significant difference between the extent of teacher’s integration when grouped according to the teacher’s age, sex and number of training/seminars attended regarding ICT. However, when it comes to highest educational attainment, there is no significant difference.
Keywords: integration, instructional delivery, ICT, appropriation, adoption
Cite this article:
Torres, M. (2021). Extent of integration of the Information Communication Technology in teaching at selected public elementary schools in the Division of Pasig City, District IV: Indices for an improved instructional delivery. International Journal of Research Studies in Education, 10(7), 123-135. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrse.2021.657