Event Title

Effectiveness of the Teacher Induction Program

Presenter Information

GERALDINE M. ABRASADO

Session

Education and Development

Description

The study aimed to determine the effectiveness of the Teacher Induction Program(TIP) to enhance novice teachers in their task as teachers as stipulated in the different domains of the Philippine Professional Standards for Teachers(PPST). The study made use of the descriptive- correlational research design. The respondents of the study were the novice teachers and school heads of the Division of Dumaguete City. With reference to the measurement of the TIP effectiveness on novice teachers, a researcher-made questionnaire modified from the PPST was utilized. Documentary analysis for teachers’ performance was used. The study `utilized weighted, t-test, Pearson r and chi-square for its statistical tool. The findings of the study revealed that novice teachers’ perception as to the extent of effectiveness of the Teacher Induction Program is “Moderate”, while school head perceived the effectiveness of the program to be "High”. Novice teachers and school heads differ significantly in their perception as to the extent of effectiveness of the Teacher Induction Program. Novice teachers’ performance based on the RPMSIPCRF is “Very Satisfactory”. There is a significant relationship between the extent of effectiveness of the Teacher Induction Program on novice teachers and their performance. Novice teachers’ performance is not significantly related to their profile. As an output of the study, an action plan to enhance TIP implementation was recommended.

Keywords:

Teacher Induction Program, Novice Teachers, effectiveness

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.429

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Effectiveness of the Teacher Induction Program

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

The study aimed to determine the effectiveness of the Teacher Induction Program(TIP) to enhance novice teachers in their task as teachers as stipulated in the different domains of the Philippine Professional Standards for Teachers(PPST). The study made use of the descriptive- correlational research design. The respondents of the study were the novice teachers and school heads of the Division of Dumaguete City. With reference to the measurement of the TIP effectiveness on novice teachers, a researcher-made questionnaire modified from the PPST was utilized. Documentary analysis for teachers’ performance was used. The study `utilized weighted, t-test, Pearson r and chi-square for its statistical tool. The findings of the study revealed that novice teachers’ perception as to the extent of effectiveness of the Teacher Induction Program is “Moderate”, while school head perceived the effectiveness of the program to be "High”. Novice teachers and school heads differ significantly in their perception as to the extent of effectiveness of the Teacher Induction Program. Novice teachers’ performance based on the RPMSIPCRF is “Very Satisfactory”. There is a significant relationship between the extent of effectiveness of the Teacher Induction Program on novice teachers and their performance. Novice teachers’ performance is not significantly related to their profile. As an output of the study, an action plan to enhance TIP implementation was recommended.