Title

Level of readiness of the Office of Student Services of De La Salle Health Sciences Institute for an outcome-based education

Date of Completion

2015

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy

Keywords

Competency-Based Education, Teaching

Abstract

The study used a descriptive quantitative type of design. There were 28 respondents in the study which consists of five (5) heads from each department of the Office of Student Services and staff (including the discipline board and vice dean of the College for Rehabilitation Sciences), 11 advisers, six (6) student leaders, and six (6) organization presidents using total enumeration or complete enumeration. Self-made questionnaire was used to determine the demographic data and level of readiness of the OSS for an outcome-based education as to the different qualities of a physical therapist using 5-point Likert scale. Statistical techniques were utilized through frequency distribution, percentage and mean. Based on the study, it could be concluded that most of the respondents of the study belongs to the 21-30 age group and are female (64.29%). In terms of readiness of OSS for developing the qualities of a physical therapist, the OSS is ready to a great extent in developing the quality of accountability and professional duty and ready to a moderate extent in developing the quality of altruism, compassion, excellence, integrity and social responsibility. The overall readiness of OSS for an outcome-based education is ready to a moderate extent.

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