Date of Completion


Document Type

Research Project

Degree Name

Grade 12


learning modalities, modular, blended, online learning, face to face, students, education, preference, advantage, and disadvantage


The aim of this study was to determine the preference of students in terms of the learning delivery modality of senior high school students in Grade 11 and 12 from public and private schools. This study utilized a descriptive research design and the main instrument used was an adapted questionnaire. Data were collected from 215 respondents using online surveys through google forms. The study revealed that most students from both public and private schools preferred face-to-face learning over other learning modalities based on its advantages. On the other hand, online learning was the least preferred learning delivery modality among the students, due to its several disadvantages. Furthermore, a significant difference was observed among the preference of students on learning delivery modality with regards to sex and income. This suggested that the respondents’ preferences on learning delivery modality varied in relation to the variables mentioned. Schools, the Department of Education, and other concerned government agencies must ensure the readiness of the school facilities and the implementation of health standard protocol for the safety of the students since the study revealed that students preferred face-to-face classes.

First Advisor

Pancho E. Ercilla