Lived Experiences of Teachers in Far Flung Teaching Community in West Malungon District, Sarangani Division


Authors : Romel A. Zamora

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

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7684561

The objective of this study is to determine experiences of teachers in the far flung teaching community in West Malungon District, Sarangani Division, Region XII, Philippines. This research employed a qualitative method based on focus group discussions and individual interviews of teachers in their lived experiences in far flung community. Based on the findings, teachers’ experiences vary in assessment process, classroom management, contextualization, learning activities, and decision making process. They also mobilized the community through their school best practices, community linkages, and behavioral approach. Furthermore, the stakeholders support mechanism in far flung schools is being shown by providing educational support towards teaching of teachers, teachers’ professional development, learners’ performance, and stakeholders’ other initiatives. These experiences made teachers realize that stakeholders’ involvement in all school’s programs, projects and activities play a vital role to have a positive impact on the lives of learners and community.

Keywords : Lived Experiences, Far-Flung School, Assessment Process, Classroom Management, Contextualization, Learning Activities, Decision Making.

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