Effectiveness of Implementation of K To 12 Program at Bestlink College of the Philippines: An Emerging Guide
Keywords:K-12 program, descriptive method
The effectiveness of a curriculum, which produces good results that benefit each individual and every denomination, dictates the future of a student. Time flies, and generation changes, which considerably affect people. Many institutions passed through modification because of the alterations of needs. Education also changes. New techniques and instructions are needed for the success of the students. To understand the effectiveness of new education, appropriateness must be based on the quality of the students, which must produce new skills and knowledge and be able to prepare the students for higher education and the job market. The descriptive method was used in this study because it attempts to describe the existence of implementation through 10 graduate students and 10 senior high school teachers in Bestlink College of the Philippines, Bulacan Campus. To gather data, the instrument used was a survey wherein the respondents were instructed to check the appropriate given information about K-12. The researchers used statistical treatment to interpret and analyze the results of the gathered data. The results showed that the teachers and students have different perceptions about the implementation of the program. The K-12 program is effective in different perceptions of respondents. Based on the findings of this study, the researchers concluded that the respondents have different perceptions about the implementation of the program. Based on the investigation, the researchers recommended that the students and teachers must have consistent feedback about the objectives and reasons of the program. The benefits must be earned by the students, and teachers should make activities that will help the students to engage more in the new curriculum. However, to effectively gain remarkable effects of these changes, we must begin to accept and give a chance to incorporate the ideal of students throughout the curriculum process.