E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 4, Issue 1, 2024

Students’ Assessment Engagement and Satisfaction Level of Noveleta Senior High School as a Learning Institution

Author(s): Punzalan Mike Jeizy P, Moneva Jean Rose C, Primero Princess Jasmine P, Panganiban Bea Camille P, Catubao John Neil G, Buena John Mark B, Lazaro Bryan Louis G


This study employs quantitative and correlational methodology to investigate student engagement and satisfaction levels at Noveleta Senior High School. One hundred participants were sampled using convenience sampling, and a Google Forms survey questionnaire was administered to efficiently collect data. Likert scales were employed to assess satisfaction and engagement levels, with Weighted Mean providing nuanced averages. Descriptive statistics, encompassing measures of variability and central tendency, presented a comprehensive overview of the data. Correlation Analysis was employed to identify significant relationships between satisfaction and engagement variables. The results indicate high levels of satisfaction and engagement among students at Noveleta Senior High School. Likert scale responses revealed positive perceptions, with Weighted Mean values reflecting an overall favorable experience. Correlation Analysis unveiled a strong positive correlation between students' satisfaction and engagement levels, emphasizing the interconnectedness of these aspects. These findings contribute valuable insights into the school environment, suggesting a harmonious relationship between student satisfaction and engagement. Recommendations for program enhancements and further research are discussed, underscoring the significance of addressing both satisfaction and engagement for a holistic understanding of students' experiences at Noveleta Senior High School.

Keywords: Student Engagement, MOOCs, Philippines

Pages: 687-694

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