Parent Awareness and Behavioral Changes on Modular Assistance for their Children's Education


  • Rufaida Y. Sadjail-Salapuddin Master Teacher II, High School, MSU-Sulu, Mindanao State University Sulu Compound, Bangkal, Patikul, Sulu, Philippines


parent awareness, behavior changes, modular assistance, children education


Education of children is essential needs in life. Life without education may never prosper however one strive for it. Parents of the pupils in the province of Sulu behaviorally disturbed during the COVID 19 Pandemic learning activities. The Teachers distribute the module to be received by the parents while the pupils are reprimanded to visit school. Many parents complained the burden of assistance for their children. Hence, the school officials, teachers and other school stakeholder should come up with a sound programs to involve parents and the community to develop learning strategies though module orientation and other learning modalities. Uneducated parents should be given priority concern to help their children acquire quality education by sending voluntary teachers to conduct collaborative tutorial learning strategies in a small group of parents and pupils as well, of course, following strictly the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) health prevention protocols. Home modular learning supported by other learning modalities ensures quality of education in the absence of face-to-face learning in the classroom.


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R. Y. Sadjail-Salapuddin, “Parent Awareness and Behavioral Changes on Modular Assistance for their Children’s Education”, IJRESM, vol. 4, no. 9, pp. 30–33, Sep. 2021.