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|Title: ||The Vicariate Secondary School Administrators and Teachers on Basic Ecclesial Community Programs|
|Authors: ||Layco, Elpidio L.|
|Keywords: ||Basic Ecclesial Community|
|Issue Date: ||Mar-1996 |
|Abstract: ||Summary: The main purpose of this study was to find out the awareness and willingness to implement Basic Ecclesial Community programs by the Vicariate secondary school administrators and teachers during the school year 1994-1995. Specifically, this study sought to answer the following questions: 1. How aware are the administrators and teachers on Basic Ecclesial Community programs along the following areas: the objectives, the contents, and the process; 2. To what extent are the administrators and teachers willing to render services on the Basic Ecclesial Community programs? ; 3. Do the administrators and teachers differ in their awareness and willingness to render services? A questionnaire check-list was used to gather answers to these questions. Weighted mean and ANOVA were used to determine the difference of both respondents.
Findings: Generally, both administrators and teachers were aware and willing to render services along the objectives, contents and processes of the three components of BEC programs of the Vicariate. Administrators registered their highest degree of awareness and willingness along contents of Religious Formation Program. The total mean average of their awareness is higher than the total mean average of their willingness. Teachers, on the other hand, registered the same, along the contents of Religious Formation Program. The total mean average of their awareness is lower than the total mean of their willingness.
Conclusions: .Both the administrators and teachers are cognizant and knowledgeable on the ongoing programs of the LIFORSA in the Vicariate. Both groups of respondents gave their support to the Basic Ecclesial Community programs for the school and for the parish community.
Recommendations: In the light of the findings of the study, the following are recommended:
Yearly centralized orientation of all newly hired teachers and other new personnel before the school year starts should be initiated or conducted. The need to formulate short and long range program that include social action activities within the school and the surrounding communities. Continuous formation and renewal of administrators and teachers, and evaluation of programs every end of the school year must be conducted. It is also important to create a Vicariate monitoring team. Administrators, on the other hand, must manifest and strengthen their solidarity within the community not only “ceremonies” and “instructions” but also live and grow with the people.|
|Description: ||Thesis (M.A. : Education). -- Saint Louis University, Baguio City, 1996.|
|Appears in Collections:||School of Teacher Education|
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