Title

Factors affecting the implementation of outcome-based education among faculty members of De La Salle Health Sciences Institute

Date of Completion

2015

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Keywords

Competency-based Education, College Faculty

Abstract

This study utilized a quantitative descriptive, non-experimental form of research to identify the demographic profile of the respondents. Fifty (50) faculty members participated in the study based on the mentioned criteria and were chosen using purposive and judgemental sampling. The researchers used a self-made tool divided into 2 parts. Data was analysed using frequency distribution, percentage, mean, t-test, and Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). The study concluded the following: (1) majority of the selected respondents of the study were between the ages of 36-45 years old, female, and with Master's Degree. Furthermore, a great deal of faculty had been teaching for over 10 years mainly teaching General Education Subjects. Finally, most of them claim to teach for about 4-6 hours per day; (2) the respondents strongly agreed that the support-related, policy-related, teacher-related, technology-related, setting-related and lastly, curricular instructions factors, all greatly affect the overall implementation and success of outcome-based education; (3) there were no significant differences on the factors affecting the implementation of outcome-based education when grouped according to age, gender, assigned subjects and teaching hours per day. There were significant differences on the factors affecting the implementation of outcome-based education when grouped according to educational attainment and number of years in teaching.

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