Title

Knowledge of Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy students of De La Salle Health Sciences Institute-College of Rehabilitation Sciences on pedagogy in academic teaching in physical therapy

Date of Completion

2016

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy

Keywords

Physical Therapy, Teaching

Abstract

The study used a descriptive research design. The researchers used total enumeration of the population which are the 4th year and 5th year BSPT students of DLSHSI-CRS to obtain the sample population. The research instrument used was a validated self-made questionnaire consisting of two (2) parts. The first part involved identification of year level and academic rotation experience of the respondents. The second part was a 64-item true or false questionnaire regarding preactive teaching pedagogy and interactive teaching pedagogy. Data was analyzed through frequency distribution. There were 79 4th year students and 120 5th year students where 94 respondents do not have academic rotation experience and 105 respondents have academic rotation experience. Students had a low level of knowledge for every component except for teaching environment wherein they had satisfactory level of knowledge. They have a low level of knowledge in preactive teaching pedagogy, interactive teaching pedagogy, and pedagogy in academic teaching in physical therapy. On the other hand, 5th year BSPT students and students with academic rotation experience had higher percentage of correct answers than BSPT students without academic rotation experience. This connotes a positive relationship between year level and knowledge of the students on pedagogy in academic teaching in physical therapy and between academic rotation experience and knowledge of the students on pedagogy in academic teaching in physical therapy.

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