Strategic Intervention Materials in Teaching Physics: Its Effectiveness

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Specifically, the study answered the following questions: (1) What is the mean percentage score of Albay Division in the National Achievement Test for school years 2003-2004 and 2004-2005? (2) What strategic intervention materials in teaching Science IV can be prepared from the results of the National Achievement Test? (3) Are the prepared strategic intervention materials curriculaly valid? (4) What are the achievements of the students exposed to the strategic intervention materials (SIM) compared to the students taught in the traditional approach? (5) Is there a significant difference in the achievement of the students in the control and experimental group? This study has the following assumptions: (1) The mean percentage score of Albay Division in the National Achievement Test for school years 2003-2004 and 2004-2005 is below the 75% performance or proficiency level; (2) strategic intervention materials (SIM) in teaching Science IV can be prepared based from the National Achievement Test Results; (3) the prepared strategic itervention materials are curricularly valid; (4) the achievement of the students exposed to the strategic intervention materials is higher and better compared to the students taught in the traditional approach. This study was conducted to the two fourth year Physics classes of Marcial O. Ranola Memorial, School, Guinobatan, Albay. The researcher made use of descriptive and experimental method of research. Control and experimental classes were used in determining the effectiveness of the strategic intervention materials. The data collected were treated through the mean, weighted mean, standard deviation, and t-test.


Keywords: Strategic Intervention Materials (SIM) Science Teaching
Stream: Other
Presentation Type: Paper Presentation in English
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Dr. Jocelyn Dy

Education Program Supervisor, Department of Education 
Regional Office V, Department of Education

Legaspi City, Philippines

I was just recently promoted last May 2011 in the Department of Education Regional Office as education program supervisor in the National Educators Academy of the Phillipines or NEAP in the Region as a team leader of Quality Assurance, Monitoring and Evaluation and Accreditation (QA-M&E-A),one of the six areas of NEAP in the Region. Some of my functions are to quality assure the implementation of programs and projects in the field; organize training for the Quality Management Teams both in the region and divisions; formulate plans and policies relative to the evaluation of instruction in consonance with national development plans; supervises and coordinates research projects and evaluation activities; and undertakes basic and action researches design to improve curriculum and instruction.I formerly worked in the Department of Education Albay Division Office as division coordinator, performing the functions of an Education Supervisor for Secondary Science which primarily concentrates on the instructional supervision of science classes.

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