Event Title

UTILIZATION OF THE SCORING RUBRICS BY THE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN ASSESSING STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE IN MATHEMATICS: BASIS FOR AN ACTION PLAN

Presenter Information

SUSIE D. RAMIREZ

Session

Education and Development

Description

The use of the scoring rubrics is considered an effective method to measure the effectiveness of instruction and appraisal of the learning outcomes in Mathematics. The researcher used the descriptive research using the survey type in the gathering of data. There were 26 secondary school Mathematics Teachers in the entire Tanjay City Schools Division. The main findings of the study revealed that projects and group activities were most utilized for scoring rubrics. The same findings of the study revealed that projects, outputs, group activities, problem solving and portfolio were “always” used. School administrators “always” extended assistance to the secondary school teachers except on the checking of lesson plan on a daily basis and in providing budget under MOOE for instructional purpose which they have “never done”. They “sometimes” provided suggestions on Form 178 with regard to the use of instructional materials in Mathematics. With regard to problems that confronted the teachers in teaching Mathematics, over-size class ranked 1, while teaching overload was ranked 6. They proposed measures to improve the students‟ learning in Mathematics. Of the 6 measures, drill is ranked 1, while oral presentation ranked 5

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.2021.476

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UTILIZATION OF THE SCORING RUBRICS BY THE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN ASSESSING STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE IN MATHEMATICS: BASIS FOR AN ACTION PLAN

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

The use of the scoring rubrics is considered an effective method to measure the effectiveness of instruction and appraisal of the learning outcomes in Mathematics. The researcher used the descriptive research using the survey type in the gathering of data. There were 26 secondary school Mathematics Teachers in the entire Tanjay City Schools Division. The main findings of the study revealed that projects and group activities were most utilized for scoring rubrics. The same findings of the study revealed that projects, outputs, group activities, problem solving and portfolio were “always” used. School administrators “always” extended assistance to the secondary school teachers except on the checking of lesson plan on a daily basis and in providing budget under MOOE for instructional purpose which they have “never done”. They “sometimes” provided suggestions on Form 178 with regard to the use of instructional materials in Mathematics. With regard to problems that confronted the teachers in teaching Mathematics, over-size class ranked 1, while teaching overload was ranked 6. They proposed measures to improve the students‟ learning in Mathematics. Of the 6 measures, drill is ranked 1, while oral presentation ranked 5