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Abstract

Implementation and outcomes of the existing student formation program in the basic education department of Naga College Foundation: towards an enhanced student formation program.

Author: Dolor,Jumar Puso

This study determined the quality of implementation and outcomes of the Naga College Foundation Student Formation Program and used these findings as inputs in crafting an enhanced student formation program to better respond to the 21st century student behavior realities, Naga College Foundation Basic Education Department, school year 2019-2020. Specifically, it determined the following: (1) status of implementation of the student formation program (2) outcome of the programs implemented (3) strengths and weaknesses that were noted in the program outcomes and (4) the kind of enhanced student formation program that may be crafted to better address the issues and challenges on managing student behavior. The descriptive-evaluative method was used in the study. Structured interview , questionnaire and survey analysis were used in gathering data. Respondents were comprised of administrators, faculty, staff and students of Naga College Foundation, Junior High School Department. The major findings of the study were: (1) Along legion of discipline, helped maintain order during activities (AWM=3.15) was well implemented and served as role model to fellow students and monitored attendance in the flag ceremony (AWM)=2.23 were well implemented. (2) Along counseling, coordinated with teachers and parents in cases concerning students with behavioral issues (AWM=3.46) was very well implemented and maintained records and tracks the progress of students (AWM=2.89) was well implemented. (3) Along home visitation, explaining to parents the school policies and expectations (AWM=3.26) was very well implemented and observing and understanding home and neighborhood environment (AWM=2.99) was simply well implemented. (4) Along student orientation, providing opportunities for students to join clubs or organizations (AWM=3.46) and familiarized students with school policies (AWM=3.26) both were very well implemented. The major conclusions of the study were: (1) there is need to develop the formation programs since most of the indicators were noted to have well implemented interpretation (2) the topmost formation program along legion of discipline was helped maintain order during activities and the least was served as role model to fellow students and monitored attendance in the flag ceremony, (3) along counseling coordinated with teachers and parents in cases concerning students with behavioral issues and the least maintained records and tracks the progress of students, (4) explaining to parents the school policies and expectations and the least was observing and understanding home and neighborhood environment for home visitation and (5) along student orientation was providing opportunities for students to join clubs or organizations and the least was familiarized students with school policies.

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