Learning modality preference and academic performance of Grade 11 students from DLSMHSI-SHSSHS: a correlational analysis

Date of Completion


Document Type

Research Project

Degree Name

Grade 12


education, learning modalities, academic performance, online learning, specialized subjects


The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic immensely affected the education system. Learners, educators, and the whole education department suffered from the situation, which led to the formulation of adaptive approaches to mend the extremities of the pandemic. A quantitative study and convenience sampling method was used to thoroughly analyze and determine the preferred learning modality of the grade 11 students in their specialized subject. The garnered data were tabulated, interpreted, and supported by related studies. With that, the researchers were able to discern that the academic performance of the students has no significant relationship with their preferred learning modality. Moreover, it was concluded that the learning modality preference also has no significant difference with both factors mentioned—external environment and internet connection. With that, the researchers concluded that the implementation of classes in DLSMHSI SHS-SHS, especially for the grade 11 students who are taking their specialized subjects are deemed to be effective in terms of their academic performance and regardless of their preferences in learning modality and other factors mentioned. Finally, thorough research and strategic ways to improve the quality of education were recommended to either sustain or elevate the quality of education provided to the students.

First Advisor

Rowell T. Maglalang

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