Challenging Experiences of Senior High School Working Students in Selected Public Schools in Polangui North District


Authors : April Lyne Abordo Paje

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 2 - February

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7659280

This study appraised the Challenging experiences of Senior High School working students. This qualitative phenomological study determined the academic performance of the respondents and described the challenging experiences encountered by the senior high school working students. The researcher used the qualitative design in this study specifically using case study. In this study, focus group discussion was used as a qualitative approach to gain an in depth understanding of social issues. By using thematic content analysis method, outcomes have been processed and revealed that working students can gain a lot of various benefits from working while studying. However, most students feel that having these jobs can distract them from their studies. The academic performance of the respondents depends on how the working students handle their time-management. This study concludes that the challenging experiences encountered by the respondents along time-management, are: lack time for working on activity that they are always late in submitting their prepared activity. In terms of their, academic performance, they are having passing grades but low.

Keywords : Challenging Experiences, Working Students, Phenomenological Study, Polangui North District, Polangui, Albay.

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