A Classpoint as intervention strategy in teaching Business Math
The use of classpoint in teaching Business Math
Keywords: Business Mathematics, ClassPoint, Student Engagement, Online Lesson
Due to the unusual effects that the COVID-19 epidemic brought, the educational system as well as people's lives worldwide are experiencing difficulties. Nobody was prepared to deal with its effects on society since it arrived so abruptly. Exploring more cutting-edge learning modalities is now urgently needed in order to support the transition from traditional to flexible teaching and learning alternatives. The objective of this Action Research is to determine the effectiveness of utilizing class points in teaching Business Mathematics among grade 11 ABM learners in the Mataas Na Paaralang Neptali A. Gonzales. This study was undertaken to identify the level of performance in Business Mathematics of Grade 11 ABM2 students of Mataas Na Paaralang Neptali A. Gonzales before and after the use of class points in the teaching of the subject. The 29 ABM2 students during the S.Y. 2021-2022 were the participants of the research study. Data were gathered through the researcher-made Mathematics Performance Test (MPT). A quasi-experimental design was used in this study. Learner-respondents came from 11 ABM2 at Mataas Na Paaralang Neptali A. Gonzales. Data were generated from the Pre-test, in order to determine the prior knowledge of the learners before using Classpoint. Weekly Assessments in a form of teacher-made learning activity sheets which undergo a quality assurance process to be able to determine the performance of students while using the class point in teaching the Business Mathematics and Posttest was administered in order to determine the mastery of the learners in Business Mathematics after using the class point. The frequency, mean, and t-test for a dependent sample set at a 0.05 level were used. The study found that the intervention has a positive effect on the performance of the students. After the intervention, the student's scores in the pre-test had much different from their scores in the post-test. The t-test revealed that the hypothesis of no significant difference was rejected. The students were found to perform better in Business Mathematics after using the class point. Findings also showed that the mean performance of the pre-test and post-tests are numerically more incredible. This suggests that the class point has an affirmative effect on a student's performance in mathematics. The utilization of class points greatly contributes to the improvement and performance of the learners in Business Mathematics despite the current learning situation. Findings have shown that the implementation of class point treatment in Business Mathematics class has been effective in the academic achievement of students. The use of class points can offer an efficient and effective ways of providing quality education in this pandemic. The application of this class point in teaching business math will surely address the least mastered skill to improve the performance of the students
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Yusi, M. (2022). A Classpoint as intervention strategy in teaching Business Math: The use of classpoint in teaching Business Math. AJARCDE (Asian Journal of Applied Research for Community Development and Empowerment), 7(1). https://doi.org/10.29165/ajarcde.v7i1.176
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