# Q a t a n i t v u t i e d t a a a y s l i n a s s i c

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QATANITVUTIEDTAA AYSLINASSICAATISTTLAYSINAL SP LAT IO O P UNCINO DGSSTEYMDRIP CVTIESESTTICAT I SSWhat is ItQuantitative Data AnalysisIt is a systematic approach to investigations during which numerical data is
collectedand/or the researcher transforms what is collected or observed into numericaldata. It oftendescribes a situation or event; answering the 'what' and 'how many'questions you may haveabout something. This research involves measuring or countingattributes (i.e. quantities)A quantitative approach is often concerned with finding evidence to either supportorcontradict an idea or hypothesis you might have. A hypothesis is where a predictedanswer toa research question is proposed, for example, you might propose that if yougive a studenttraining in how to use a search engine it will improve their success infinding information onthe Internet.Once you have collected your data you need to make sense of the responses youhavegot back.Quantitative data analysis enables you to make sense of data by:1. organizing them2. summarizing them3. doing exploratory analysisAnd to communicate the meaning to others by presenting data as:1. tables152. graphical displays3. summary statisticsExample presentation of TableResults and DiscussionsTable 1: Profile of the RespondentN=113Table 1.a: Gender Pie Chart Presentation of GenderGenderFrequency %Male 34 30.1Female 79 69.9Total113 10030.1%69.9%MaleFemaleIt can be observed in table 1.a. that the respondents who answered thesurveyquestionnaire administered by the researcher, shows that majority ofthem are female withfrequency counts of seventy nine percent (79) and it has thecorresponding percentage ofsixty nine point nine (69.9 %).On the other side, male has a frequency count of thirty four (34) and it has thecorresponding percentage of thirty point one (30.1 %). Hence, majority of therespondents arefemale.The actual distribution in terms of gender is presented in the pie chart in order tohavea clear understanding in the distribution of gender of the respondents in the study.
Table 2The Problems Encountered by the Teachers in ImplementingChild Protection PolicyStatementWMDE1. Lack of participation and interest of parents/guardian in the implementation of CPP4.19S2. Students seem to be disrespectful/ undisciplined.4.20S3. Funds to augment the different activities and programs regarding CPP3.99S4. Availability of materials and other man power to support the project of CPP3.97S5. Lack of support from the barangay officials regarding the implementationofdifferent programs or activities of the school about CPP4.03S6. Lack supervisory tactics from the School administrators to assess the status ofCPPin one's school2.71MS7. Activities/ participation of the teachers and PTA regarding the properdisseminationscheme of the CPP programs and activities4.04S8. Inadequate knowledge regarding the provisions of CPP among teachers4.139. Understanding on how to deal with the person who violate CPP4.07S10. Student’s awareness regarding the programs and activities of CPP4.00SOverall Average Weighted Mean3.93MS16Legend: Mean Scale Range Descriptive Response Descriptive Equivalent (DE)5 - 4.21 – 5.00Highly Serious (HS)4 – 3.41 – 4.20Serious (S)3 – 2.61 – 3.40Moderately Serious (MS)2 – 1.81 – 2.60Slightly Serious (SS)1 – 1.00 – 1.80Not Serious (NS)It can be gleaned in the table above, the problems encountered by theteachers in

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