Students’ Performance in General Mathematics Under Modular Class, Candijay National High School, Candijay, Bohol
The study intended to determine students' performance in General Mathematics under the modular class of Grade 11 students of Candijay National High School, Candijay, Bohol during the academic year 2020-2021. The study used a descriptive normative survey method and a correlational quantitative research design. A total of 150 Grade 11 students of Candijay National High School were included. The research used a self-constructed instrument patterned from Essential Learning Competencies (MELCs) in General Mathematics. The majority of the respondents took the Humanities and Social Sciences strand. In terms of the gadgets available, mobile phones had the highest frequency. More than half of the students used mobile data as interconnection with an internet speed connectivity of moderate. It showed that the student's proficiency in General Mathematics was on the Beginning Level. All the problems encountered stated were found as less serious. It showed that the student's academic performance in General Mathematics for the first semester was fairly satisfactory. The data inferred that there is a significant degree of correlation between students' strands and academic performance. The data resulted from an insignificant correlation between students' strands and problems encountered in teaching mathematics and proficiency levels in modular classes. The data revealed a significant degree of correlation between students' academic performance and problems encountered in modular classes in teaching mathematics and between students' academic performance and proficiency level. The data reflected an insignificant correlation between students' proficiency level and problems encountered in modular classes in teaching mathematics.
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