STUDENTS’ READINESS IN THE NEW NORMAL LEARNING: THE CASE OF THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ACCOUNTANCY
The goal of the study on "Readiness of students in the New Normal Learning of the College of Business, Entrepreneurship and Accountancy" was to ascertain students' levels of readiness, preferred learning styles, and learning barriers. The 160 respondents were surveyed using a questionnaire that was distributed via email and Facebook Messenger. In the study, descriptive statistics including weighted mean and frequency counts were used. The average weighted mean of 2.88 in the study's findings indicated that college students are only marginally prepared for the New Normal Learning. College students prefer a mixture of online, printed, and in-person lectures, conversations, and assessments when it comes to learning styles. Additionally, the college students' moderately serious limitations in the New Normal Learning are shown by their average weighted mean of 2.78, which also showed that the students' top concerns were Wi-Fi connection issues and a lack of funding to cover their internet usage.
Online Learning, New Normal, Readiness, Preference, Blended Learning