Date of Completion


Document Type

Research Project

Degree Name

Grade 12


Students' satisfaction


The Coronavirus Disease-19 pandemic has forced educational systems worldwide to shift to online learning, following massive school closures due to social distancing protocols and quarantine restrictions to curb the spread of the disease. Since all traditional mediums of learning shifted online, it is important to gauge the learning satisfaction of students, especially of those from health allied institutions with more skill-based concepts. This study aimed to identify the learning satisfaction of Grade 11 and Grade 12 DLSMHSI-SHSSHS students in terms of learning

efficiency, resources given, student-teacher communication, and peer-to- peer interaction in their health allied subjects. A survey was conducted in

Google Forms in which satisfaction in terms of the different learning determinants were gauged. It showed that Grade 11 students manifested a higher satisfaction index in all learning determinants as compared to Grade 12 students, although overall, students were satisfied. The researchers recommend the conduction of more parametric studies regarding learning determinants and how they can affect learning satisfaction for all types of students.

First Advisor

Pancho E. Ercilla