E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 4, Issue 2, 2024

Record-Keeping Management Practices in the Secondary Schools during Post-Pandemic: Baseline for a Capacity-Building

Author(s): Ryan T Ambrocio


In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is difficult for educators to keep track of their student’s records and provide accurate assessments of their students’ performances due to constraints. This study, therefore, investigated the record-keeping management methods of public high schools in the Division of Bataan during the School Year 2023-2024. This research utilized a sample of 80 secondary school teachers who answered a questionnaire designed by the researcher. It used the descriptive design of quantitative analysis as its method. After validating the survey questionnaire and testing its reliability, the researcher conducted the final distribution using an online version of the instrument through Google Forms. It specifically examined the profile of secondary teachers in terms of the department, area of specialization, and years of teaching experience; the record-keeping management practices of secondary teachers post-pandemic; the significant difference in the record-keeping management practices of secondary teachers during the pandemic when grouped according to their profile; the specific skills or values obtained by the respondents in their record-keeping management practices; and the barriers they encountered in record-keeping. The data underwent a series of statistical procedures, including the frequency, percentage, weighted mean, standard deviation, and analysis of variance (ANOVA). Participants agreed with the "Shine" and "Sustain" components, indicating agreement on regular system reviews removing duplicates, audits, addressing deviations, and integrating principles, with respondents expressing a moderate level of agreement. They place a strong emphasis on helpful record classification, "Set in Order" procedures, routine reviews, and deleting old data. This study’s output is a specialized capacity-building program to suit the unique needs of teachers based on their subject specialism and accepted norms. These programs ought to offer technical instruction on efficient record-keeping techniques and the use of technology, focusing on improving abilities and routines that show appreciable differences between various topic areas.

Keywords: Record-Keeping Management Practices, Secondary Schools, Post-Pandemic, Capacity-Building, Descriptive-Cross-Sectional Research, Schools Division of Bataan

Pages: 970-979

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