Perception of Grade 12 students of De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute on online and hybrid learning to improve the quality of education

Date of Completion


Document Type

Research Project

Degree Name

Grade 12


online learning; hybrid learning; grade 12 students; learning modality; quality education


The De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute Special Health Sciences Senior High School adopt a post-pandemic adjustment to continue providing the students with quality and meaningful teaching and learning experiences. Students in the Philippines have experienced different learning modalities, such as Online Learning and Hybrid Learning in different periods as to how the pandemic has evolved over time. This study aims to focus on Grade 12 students of the institution and their perception of the learning modalities. Notably, the positive and negative effects of online and hybrid learning and the perceived considerations of each modality are presented in this study. As evidenced by the results, numerous subcategories were suggested by the students as ways the institution may improve the modalities. The study deepens our comprehension of the viewpoints of students and instructs institutions and teachers on how to use online and hybrid learning methodologies for better educational quality. New and emerging themes that were exclusive to the paper surfaced from the research. To broaden the demography of this study and enhance the learning mentioned above modalities, the researchers would want to conclude.

First Advisor

Irma M. Penalba

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