Event Title

Teachers’ Professional Competencies and Their Proficiency in the Core Subjects

Presenter Information

ADDAM T. ESTOSE
MARIA CHONA Z. FUTALAN

Session

Education and Development

Description

The study aimed to determine the teachers’ professional competencies and their proficiency in the core subjects. Sixty eight (68) teachers were chosen as respondents. This study made use of the descriptivecorrelational research design. It also utilized percent, weighted mean, and Pearson product moment coefficient as statistical tools. Data disclosed that the proficiency level of teachers in English, Science and Mathematics is moderate. However, the teachers’ proficiency level in written expression under the English subject is classified as low. The professional competency level of teachers is generally in the outstanding category. The study also found the following: (a) moderate and significant relationship between the teachers’ position and two areas in Science (predicting and communicating); (b) moderate, negative and significant relationship between the teachers’ level of professional competence in the area of innovation and their proficiency level in Science; (c) moderate, negative and significant relationship between the teachers’ level of professional competence in the area of self-management and their proficiency level in Mathematics; (d) moderate, positive and significant relationship between the teachers’ level of professional competence in the area of written communication and their proficiency level in Mathematics. Keywords: proficiency level, structure, written expression, professional competency

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.2021.465

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Teachers’ Professional Competencies and Their Proficiency in the Core Subjects

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

The study aimed to determine the teachers’ professional competencies and their proficiency in the core subjects. Sixty eight (68) teachers were chosen as respondents. This study made use of the descriptivecorrelational research design. It also utilized percent, weighted mean, and Pearson product moment coefficient as statistical tools. Data disclosed that the proficiency level of teachers in English, Science and Mathematics is moderate. However, the teachers’ proficiency level in written expression under the English subject is classified as low. The professional competency level of teachers is generally in the outstanding category. The study also found the following: (a) moderate and significant relationship between the teachers’ position and two areas in Science (predicting and communicating); (b) moderate, negative and significant relationship between the teachers’ level of professional competence in the area of innovation and their proficiency level in Science; (c) moderate, negative and significant relationship between the teachers’ level of professional competence in the area of self-management and their proficiency level in Mathematics; (d) moderate, positive and significant relationship between the teachers’ level of professional competence in the area of written communication and their proficiency level in Mathematics. Keywords: proficiency level, structure, written expression, professional competency