COMPETENCE OF TEACHERS IN THE UTILIZATION OF INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) AS A PROCESS DESIGN ADOPTION SCHEME FOR JUNIOR HIGH
The main purpose of this study is to determine teachers’ competence and capabilities in teaching Information Communication Technology (ICT) as part of core competencies used in the 21st-century skills, and students in terms of Information and Communication Technology Instruction during the school year 2017-2018. This study used the normative, descriptive method of research. The data were gathered using the self-made questionnaire checklist. Gathered data were treated using total weighted points, frequency count and percentage. Teachers are exceedingly aware of the hardware components and its peripherals due to the regularity of their utilization and only few peripherals not familiar with them; teachers are skillful, knowledgeable and able to share their expertise in terms of work processing; teachers are also well equipped with the necessary skills and techniques in order to cater the needs of the students in terms of Spreadsheets software; they are knowledgeable in using PowerPoint presentation; majority of the teachers are doing great in terms of the usage of the internet; teachers are able to teach their students in using email; and the top six issues and concerns that teacher encounter in the utilization of Information Communication Technology are also considered.
Industrial Technology, Information Communication Technology, Descriptive Research