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CTE Stakeholders’ Perception Towards BISU-Clarin Interns

Journal: International Journal of English, Literature and Social Science (Vol.7, No. 6)

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Page : 250-253

Keywords : Cooperating Schools; Practice Teachers; Public Education System; Evaluation;

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This study was conducted to determine the perception of CTE Stakeholders towards Bohol Island State University (BISU) Clarin campus Interns. The respondents of the study were the 88 cooperating teachers coming from the different Host Schools in the Department of Education, Division of Bohol. Wilcoxon Signed Rank test with Bonferroni correction was employed in the study. Result showed that the overall performance of the BISU Interns is “Outstanding”. Among the ten categories, the result revealed that there is a significant difference in the following categories 2 (Verbal Communication) and (3 Written Communication) with p-value of 0.0010, categories 3 and 9 (Coachability/Follow Instruction) with p-value of 0.001, and categories 9 and 10 (Attention to details/Accuracy) with p-value of 0.001. The findings of this study can be a good input for the development of intervention to improve the performance of interns particularly on written communication and problem-solving skills since these are only two categories interpreted as Very Satisfactory. It is likewise recommended that the faculty would consider integrating more activities that could enhance the written communication and problem-solving skills of the education students. The researchers also recommend to give the interns a pre-deployment seminar-workshop to enhance more their capability along their practice teaching journey

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