Additional Table for Thesis.docx - Level of TLE teachers competency in terms of sex Table 3.1 shown that in terms of personal and professional values

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Level of TLE teachers competency in terms of sex . Table 3.1 shown that in terms of personal and professional values, both male (M=4.41) and female (M=4.23) were “very competent” which means that the teachers have participated in technical conference/symposia and have fully aware in the TLE learning areas such as Industrial Arts, Home Economics, ICT and Agriculture and Fishery. In terms of curriculum content both male (M=4.50) and female (4.37) were also “very competent” this implies that they were fully aware in the objectives of the TLE and the learning competencies to develop among their students in the specific area being taught. Teachers Competency Male VI Female VI Personal and Professional Values 4.41 VC 4.23 VC Knowledge of Student Skills and Talent 4.30 VC 4.18 C Teaching Techniques 4.21 VC 4.19 C Monitoring and Evaluation Skills 4.10 C 4.09 C Relation with Family and Society 4.01 C 3.99 C Knowledge of Curriculum Content 4.50 VC 4.37 VC Table 3.1. Level of TLE teachers competency in terms of sex . Legend: Mean Range VI - Verbal Interpretation 4.21 – 5.00 – VC - very competent 3.41 – 4.20 – C - competent 2.61 – 3.40 – MC - moderately competent 1.81 – 2.60 – Ls C - less competent 1.00 – 1.80 – Lt C - least competent
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Level of TLE teachers competency in terms of age. In terms of knowledge of students skills and talents, teachers whose age ranging 20-30 years old (M=4.13) and 31-40 years old (4.20) were “competent”, this implies that the younger teachers can measure and evaluate the talents, skills and interest of all their students. On the other hand, in terms of knowledge and curriculum content, teachers age ranging 51 and above were “very competent” indicating that seasoned teachers can identify more the gains and difficulties experienced by students in learning and performing than younger teachers.
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  • Summer '19
  • Dr. Lida Solano
  • Skill, Academic degree, Family and Society, Level of TLE teachers competency

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