The Effect of K-12 Programs: Technology Livelihood Education Based Activities of the Grade-10 Students in MSU-SULU Laboratory High School
Keywords:Technology Livelihood Education (TLE), K-12 programs, TLE based activities
This study aimed to determine the effect of the K-12 programs on the Technology Livelihood Education based activities of the grade-10 students of MSU-Sulu Laboratory High School. It explores further to determine the strategies and remedial measures to augment the insufficient equipment and materials needed for the class activities. 43 grade-10 students were utilized to answer the checklist questionnaire. The data were analyzed and interpreted using descriptive statistics. Mean, standard deviation and verbal description were used to draw the conclusion. The study concluded that the grade-10 students perceived that the TLE curriculum in the K-12 is effective. The subject areas included in the TLE programs such as the Home Making Arts, Industrial Arts, Fishery and Agricultural Arts, and Business and Distributive Arts activities contribute to a great extent to T.L.E K-12 curriculum. The teachers always practiced making the lesson with the students and demonstration activities with explanation in TLE classes. The students perceived that the teachers should ask donations from other agencies to augment the scarcity of the equipment and materials needed in day-day activities in teaching TLE.
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