Hybrid Instruction in Teacher Education Programs of State Universities and Colleges in Region III
Leodivina P. Tagama
Prof. Leodivina P. Tagama, College of Education, Tarlac State University, Philippines.
Manuscript received on 14 June 2015 | Revised Manuscript received on 23 June 2015 | Manuscript Published on 30 June 2015 | PP: 63-67 | Volume-5 Issue-1, June 2015 | Retrieval Number: A2124065115/15©BEIESP
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Abstract: Higher education is currently in the early stages of a major revolutionary change. Social, economic and technological factors are converging to shape the system of higher education to a new form, one providing a much more flexible form of delivery of instruction. In this time of transition towards digital revolution, hybrid instruction is used. It is any format of instruction which combines dynamically both technology and human instruction. The exemplary formats of hybrid instruction include computed mediated instruction, web-based courseware, distance learning as distribution channel and in-class use of technology as used in teaching professional education subjects enriched the learning opportunities of students and improvement of the instructional delivery as well. The study was conducted to assess hybrid instruction in nine (9) HEIs in Region 3 offering Teacher Education degree programs. The specific problems focused on the photo-tag of the faculty members; distribution of the faculty members to the Professional Education in subjects; extent of utilization of hybrid instruction; extent of attainment of lesson objectives using hybrid instruction as perceived by student respondents; administrative support extended; and problems encountered in the utilization of hybrid instruction.
Keywords: Hybrid Instruction, Computer Mediated Instruction, Web-Based Courseware, Distance Learning, in Class – Use Technology.
Scope of the Article: Program Understanding and System Maintenance