Double Shift Schooling System Essay

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DOUBLE-SHIFT SCHOOLING SYSTEM: IMPLICATIONS TO PERFORMANCE OF LEARNERS IN PUBLIC SCHOOL

CHAPTER I
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
As the years pass, our world progresses. In line with this the population increases that leads to constraint of resources. Philippines is a Southeast Asian country in the Western Pacific, comprising more than 7,000 islands, with a population of more than a million and ranked 12th in the world’s most Populous country. It is not a rich country nor a large one but Philippine education really matters, Due to this the Department of education mandated DepEd Order no. 54 s. 2008 that affirms reiterating the policy on double shifting of classes. It means of addressing the classroom shortage and reducing class size in Philippine schools mostly in public schools. Double-shift schooling is a type of school which operates in two shifts, with one group of students in the building early in the day and a second group of students in the afternoon. Mostly, public schools used double shift
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Teachers will be aided to understand the implications in teaching double-shift sessions, and to provide ways that they could use to teach and help students to learn in generic subjects even in a short time. It will also help them build cooperation skills in each learners.
Students-.Learners will be helped to assess themselves on what strategies their teacher will use to build up their needs to learn. This will also help them to encourage themselves study harder and put more focus on studying because of the shortened time of each subject. This would also help them identify the teaching strategy that they could use best to motivate them to do their best in their classroom activities.
Parents. Parents will be helped to know and understand that teaching in double shifting class is not easy. Parents will be given insights on how to motivate and help their children to study

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