AUTHOR/S: Maychel Q. Beriso, Solhanne A. Teves, Mikhaila Stephany A. Veruasa

DATE COMPLETED: February 26, 2019

ABSTRACT

 This research paper reports the gathered information about the perceptions, experiences, and challenges of Junior High School students and teachers on the use of the Online Learning System as part of the teaching-learning process in academic classes for the first semester of the school year 2015-2016. The research was conducted for gathering recommendations on improvements that could be done in the use of the OLS in academic classes. The review of related literature and the results of the data obtained from the online survey helped gather recommendations on the improvements that may be applied to the OLS in academic subjects.

 Descriptive statistics was used in analyzing the quantitative data gathered. Frequency and contingency tables were used in the treatment of the quantitative data.

  The study shows that most of the accused are from 21-40 years old; majority are males and married, and mostly either unemployed or engaged in small-time informal business. Most often the accused were caught in buy-bust operations while a few were caught in flagrante delicto. Most accused prefer shabu than marijuana.

 This paper shows findings that affirm the previous studies made on the use of the OLS as a helpful tool in the teaching-learning process, and so recommends the continued use, update and improvement of the OLS; and teach the skills necessary for the users to be able to use the OLS features to its full extent.

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