Factors That Influence Students’ Learning Progress in the Science Spiral Progression Curriculum
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Keywords

teacher education, science education, curriculum, science teaching

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Garcia, R. (2021). Factors That Influence Students’ Learning Progress in the Science Spiral Progression Curriculum. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2020.5

Abstract

The study delved into the factors the influence students’ learning progress in the implementation of the science spiral progression curriculum in selected public junior high schools in the Division of Pasig City, Philippines, covering the school year 2017 – 2018. The study used the quantitative approach to research, particularly the descriptive research methodology. The specific descriptive research designs utilized were the correlational and normative surveys. The contextual analysis technique was likewise used. Data were statistically tested with the use of frequency distribution formula, percentage formula, and percentage weighted mean The study concluded that the perspectives of the science teachers in executing the science spiral progression curriculum vary from school to school. The study also found out that several factors influence the students' learning progress and that majority of the Grade 10 students for the School Year 2017 – 2018 of the Division of Pasig City Philippines have “fairly satisfactory” performance.

https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2020.5
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