Managing Technology and Livelihood Education Instruction of Philippine Schools Overseas (PSO) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Keywords:professional characteristics, personal characteristics, content knowledge, learning delivery, instructional materials, assessment and reporting, multimedia and technology, managing instruction
Managing instruction in a performance-based subject area such as Technology and Livelihood Education is of interest to educational instructors and managers. With the impact of the global pandemic and demands for intensive instructional supervision to ensure the continuous delivery of quality education, it is imperative to investigate the current status and the issues and challenges affecting the delivery of learning. This research revealed that PSO TLE teachers greatly manifest standard practices in terms of professional and personal characteristics, content knowledge, and preparation of instructional materials. The personal and professional characteristics of TLE teachers have significant relationship with the extent of managing TLE instruction in terms of learning delivery, assessment, and reporting, as well as the use of multimedia and technology. Issues and challenges that need to be addressed include the need for access to tools and functional laboratories in order to conduct hands-on activities and maximize the use of technology not just in learning delivery but also in preparing instructional materials and assessments.
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