College – Based Activities Towards Developing Academic Appreciation of College of Teacher Education Students
1 Mark Niel H. Amarillo, 2Charlene Mae A. Atienza, 3Jasmin B. Cantre, 4Helen C. Kalaw, 5Ma. Kazandra C. Panganiban, 6Amiel A. Abacan
Batangas State University Pablo Borbon, Main I, College of Teacher Education
12 Rizal Ave, Poblacion, Batangas, 4200 Batangas, Philippine
The major thrust of this study was to assess the academic appreciation of the students of College of Teacher Education (CTE) and formulate college-based activities (CBA) to boost their appreciation of the college’s academic practices. It also sought to answer the relationship between the college academic standard and the respondent’s cognitive development, skill development and motivation. Project proposals were prepared by the researchers to further enhance the appreciation of the students on the practices of CTE, specifically in conducting researches. The study used the descriptive method research in order to determine the level of appreciation of the selected CTE students in Batangas State University. Questionnaire was the main data gathering instrument used. Frequency, weighted mean, and percentage were used as the statistical tools. Findings revealed that Demonstration Teaching is the most appreciated academic practice by the CTE students. The CTE students agreed that the college’s academic standard affects cognitive development, skills development and motivation. There is a significant difference among students’ assessment when group according to year level. A high expectation of professors is the major problem affecting the academic performance of the CTE students. From the foregoing findings, it was recommended that the proposed project plan may be tried out for validation and evaluation. Also, Colleges, universities and other schools may provide adequate academic practices that will supplement and develop students’ academic performance. A parallel study may be undertaken for further evaluation of the awareness concerning laws designed for differently abled persons.
Keywords: college based-activities, cognitive development, skills development, motivation