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LAS PIÑAS CITY NATIONAL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL –

CAA Campus

THE LINK BETWEEN SCHOOL FACILITIES TO THE LEARNING

OF GRADE 12 GENERAL ACADEMIC STRAND AT

LAS PIÑAS CITY NATIONAL SENIOR HIGH

SCHOOL – CAA CAMPUS

A Research Paper Presented to the faculty of


GENERAL ACADEMIC STRAND in
Las Piñas City National Senior High School- CAA Campus

In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements in


Practical Research 2

By:

Joelito L. Semilla Jr.


Grade 12 Psychologist

August 01, 2019

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CHAPTER 1

INTRODUCTION

Rationale

School facilities shall exist primarily to serve school district

educational, co-curricular, recreational and administrative activities. Upon the

satisfaction of the public school district’s need and use, district facilities shall

then be made available to other groups (Waunekee 2012).

A well-designed school building, that considers ergonomics,

anthropometrics, thermal comfort, illumination, ventilation, acoustics, color,

and compliance with the law, contributes to improved student performance,

and makes a lasting impression on the community with regard to importance

of education (DepEd 2017).

This research study is all about to know if the facilities and materials

in school have effect in academic performance of grade 12 general academic

strand student at Las Piñas City National Senior High School- CAA Campus.

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Statement of the Problem

This research is to know if the facility has effect on the learning of

grade 12 General Academic Strand student at Las Piñas City National Senior

High School- CAA Campus.

Specifically, it will answer the following questions:

1. What is level of satisfication of grade 12 General Academic Strand students

in Las Piñas City National Senior High School- CAA Campus towards

their school facilities?

2. What is the level of learning of grade 12 General Academic Strand students

In Las Piñas City National Senior High School- CAA Campus?

3. Is there a link between school facilities to the learning of grade 12 General

Academic Strand students in Las Piñas City National Senior High School-

CAA Campus?

Hypothesis

This study will test the null hypothesis:

Ho.

There is no link between school facilities and the learning of grade 12

General Academic Strand students in Las Piñas City National Senior High

School- CAA Campus.

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Scope and Delimitation

This research study want to define what is the link between school

facilities and learning of grade 12 General Academic Strand student.

This setting of the study will be in Las Piñas City National Senior High

School- CAA Campus. This study is limited only in grade 12 General Academic

Strand students. The period of time will start on (July 2019 – November 2019).

This research is not include to the other strand student, staff and other school.

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Significance of the Study

The vital result of this study could be highly significance and

beneficial to the following.

Student. Because student are the main user of facilities in every activity and

practical learning. The students must care the material and if they

destroy them some item in facilities they have responsibility to fix or

change it.

Teacher. Because teacher need facilities to teach properly and live teaching to

student like science laboratory, computer room, kitchen to better

learning to the student. Teacher must always remind and observed the

student to be careful to using school material and facilities.

Parents. They will benefit this study also because their son and daughter

should learn not by their mind they also know by practical. Parent

should help to get have better facilities like donating school materials.

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CHAPTER 2

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES

This chapter showed the review of related literature and studies

that has a connection in the research study, definition of terms and conceptual

framework.

Related Literature Local

“School facilities” are buildings and grounds, parking lots, playing

fields, and fixed equipment. It is the board’s desire that the local taxpayers who

provide the school should be able to obtain maximum use of the facilities, to

the extent consistent with the primary educational function of the school. It is

intended that community uses for educational, recreational, social, civic, and

philanthropic and like purposes be approved by the administration in

accordance with this policy, implementing regulations and a fee when

appropriate. (SURRY SCHOOL DEPARTMENT, 2010)

This section contains the research literatures that have a connection by

the presence of study. The sources are from the different published outputs.

The purpose of this study was to inform the California Department of

Education (CDE) in ensuring the standards contained in Title 5 appropriately

promote the planning and design of healthy, safe and educationally suitable K-

12 school facilities. The study gathers and analyzes K-12 facility standards in

other states across the country to understand state policy trends and best

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practice in the field. The findings further the development of

state policies by providing information about existing policies and

standards that promote sound K-12 school facility planning and design

(Vincent Jeffrey M. 2016).

School leaders are feeling conflicted about their school buildings. On

the one hand, they want to provide children with safe, secure spaces. On the

other, they want to provide open, collaborative, and exceptional 21st century

learning environments. By taking a holistic approach, they can have both. It's

important to remember that many current schools were designed with threats

other than school shootings in mind (Minnich, Brian G. 2019).

The 2017 Thought Leaders report focuses on "Transforming Facilities

to Achieve Student Success." The report makes the case that student success

starts with retention and graduation, but it can expand to include factors from

personal career goals to social responsibility. A key message from the report

is that through strategic investment in their facilities, colleges and universities

can support student success, position the campus for the future, and serve as

good stewards of campus assets. The report also stresses that the process must

reflect the mission and vision of the campus, thus making the greatest impact

possible on the college or university's goals(APPA 2017).

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Along with teacher attitude, the study revealed the attitudes of students,

administrators, and community members are affected by facilities, according to

the teachers interviewed. This study is useful to educational leaders from

every sector in education as it provides decision makers with pertinent

information from stakeholders about the importance of facilities to the

educational process. Thus, educational leaders are aided in strategic planning

for the future of the educational system they maintain or manage (Young, James

R. 2018).

Related Studies

Australia has been the site of significant school facility design

innovation during the past decade. This innovation was showcased in 2013 in

a report released by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and

Development (OECD) titled "Innovative Learning Environments, Educational

Research and Innovation." It featured case studies of 40 exemplary schools

from around the world. Of these, seven were from Australia, including six

from Victoria. While international attention directed towards the designs of

Australian schools is nice, there remains little empirical evidence to attest to

the effectiveness of these and other innovative school facilities in supporting

desired and emerging pedagogies in primary and secondary schools. The

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Towards Effective Learning Environments in Catholic Schools: An Evidence

Based Approach (TELE) project was set up in 2015 as a collaborative

research initiative between Catholic Education Melbourne (CEM) and the

Learning Environments Applied Research Network (LEaRN) at the University

of Melbourne. Over three years (2015-2017) the project aims to develop

empirical evidence and subsequent guidelines that can aid decisions about

how best to design and use of learning environments (school facilities) in

primary and secondary schools. During the course of the project, the

Pedagogical effectiveness of 36 learning environments in primary and

secondary schools will be evaluated across the Melbourne Diocese using

LEaRN Evaluation Module 3--Alignment of Pedagogy and Learning

Environments. In doing so, the project seeks to answers to the following

questions: 1) How can Catholic school learning environments be designed and

used to best pedagogical effect?; 2) How well aligned are contemporary

pedagogies with the designs of learning environments in Catholic schools in the

Melbourne Diocese?; 3) What influence do different building typologies have

on this alignment?; 4) How can the alignment between contemporary

pedagogies and the design of school learning environment be improved?; and

5) Is there any correlation between the relative alignment of pedagogies and

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learning environments and the learning outcomes achieved by

students (non-

Causal)? For the purposes of the project, learning environments have been

delineated by the adjoining spaces used by a class, cohort or year level at the

same school, including shared zones that have consistent physical features.

Five spatial typologies (A to E), as identified by Dovey and Fisher (2014),

have been used to group learning environments with similar spatial

arrangements. These typologies are differentiated by their relative degree of

openness, from traditional classrooms (enclosed) to permanently open-plan

spaces (open).

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Synthesis

The following Review of Literature and Studies revealed that facilities

have a link between their academic performance to the student and teacher

also. They see how school facilities are importance to the student study. Good

facilities can effect to the success of a student.

Learning of grade
12 General
School Facilities Propose action
Academic Strand
plan
Student

Figure 1: Research Paradigm


Figure 1 shows the paradigm of this study. The researcher
will employ the independent – dependent variable approach ( IV - DV
approach ) to describe the relationships of the variables. The first box
shows the independent variable of this Study which is the school facilities.
The researcher will use a survey for that matter. Additionally, the second
box shows the dependent variable of this study which is the Learning of
grade 12 General Academic Strand Student. Moreover, based on the
findings of this study, the researcher will propose an action plan.

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Conceptual Framework

The major concept of this study is focused on the link between school

facilities and learning of Grade 12 General Academic Strand class president in

Las Pinas City National Senior High School - CAA Campus.

This study will discuss the school facilities and learning of grade 12

General Academic Strand. School facilities and learning of grade 12 General

Academic Strand have a link to each other. It may will cause a good

performance of a student. It gives the impression that students need the proper

use of school facilities before they can be effective in their various activity. All

the activities being performed by the students are done. This study has establish

that the students should take care the some materials in school and also the

facilities.

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Definition of Terms

The following terms are defined operationally and conceptually to

enhance the understanding of the readers of this study.

School Facilities- School facilities are one of the basic educational

requirements, and it is necessary to maintain safe and high-quality school

facilities from the perspective of maintaining and improving educational levels

in line with the developmental stage. Because every student need a good quality

facilities to do some activity to make convenient.

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