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DIFFERENCE IN ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF HUMSS STEM STUDENTS WITH DIFFERENT LEARNING ENVIRONMENT20200429 100720 cq42tk

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using descriptive method, a non-experimental approach, this research determined the difference between the academic performance of HUMSS and STEM

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, efforts to provide high-quality basic education have been hampered over the world, and face-to-face learning sessions have been discontinued in schools and learning centers. However, in remote, online, and blended courses, where technology may give both students and instructors with unprecedented amounts of information about tutor ability and approaches, such exercises have the potential to introduce more student–student engagement. The study delved into the competency enhancement of the grade 11 HUMSS learners using Online Peer Tutoring (OPT) Program for the School Year 2021-2022. Pretest and posttest were conducted among 28 learners. Mean and T-test was used as tools for data analysis. Findings showed that the intervention applied is effective in enhancing the competency of grade 11 HUMSS learners in earth and life science. Therefore, the OPT Program enhances effective teaching and an innovative way of learning, as well as an output of the study, recommended for use in other schools for follow-up study.

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