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Time Frame : October 2016 – March 2017


Mathematics is a discipline that was very important in our daily lives. This is evident in our
daily activities cannot be separated from activities related to mathematics. But awareness of the
importance of mathematics is still not evenly distributed. This can be seen in students who still
feel scared and lazy to learn mathematics. Efforts are being made among other teachers in the
learning process in the classroom so that students are more interested and diligent in studying

In the K to 12 curriculum, the way of teaching here is completely different and phenomenal.
Teachers generally follow the tactic of asking students to work on a lot of assignments since it develops
an intellectual, yet interesting learning habit. In reality, this method helps the students in revising what
has been taught previously. In K-12 education system, all the students are given individual attention and
hence they understand their subjects in a more practical way. The role of a teacher here is just to guide
them in the right way and provide them with learning opportunities. What really happens is that, the
individual discovers his own learning capacity and success depends on the thinking ability of the student.

II. Statement of Purpose

• General objective

To determine the attitude and motivational level in learning Mathematics of the Grade 7
students of Sierra Bullones Technical Vocational High School in relation to their academic
performance during the school year 2016–2017.

Specific Objective

1. What is the performance of the students in mathematics during the First grading

2. What are the students’ attitudes towards in learning mathematics?

3. What are the motivational level of the students in learning mathematics with the aid of

III. Generation of Alternative Solutions

1. Identification of causes of the problem.

2. Implementation of the intervention program to enhance the academic performance of

the students.

3. Upgrading and updating the teachers’ knowledge and skills on educational trends and

IV. Plan of Action

A. Objective

To implement the intervention program to increase students’ performance in Mathematics.

B. Time Frame
5 months (August 2016 to January 2017)

C. Target Subjects

Grade 7- Emerald Students

D. Activities to be undertaken

Target Subjects/ Persons Involved Actions Expected

Grade level/Section Results/Outcomes

Grade 7 – Emerald Master Teacher, Conference with Information

students who belong Teachers, the Mathematics properly
to below average Students Teachers. disseminated.

Analyze the Identified the low

Diagnostic Result performing
Develop possible Possible
techniques for intervention design
intervention developed.

Implement the The teaching

plan for action techniques utilized
in the class.

Monitoring and Monitored and

Evaluation Evaluated.

E. Evaluation Criteria
1. Diagnostic Test and Post –Test Results
2. Assessment during the remediation period.

F. Research Design
1. Pre-implementation Phase
1.1 Conference with the Math Teachers
1.2 Sharing of observations & best practices

2. Implementation Phase
2.1 Remediation classes conducted
2.2 Apply and use the available technology in teaching
2.3 Monitoring & Evaluation

3. Post Implementation Phase

3.1 Comparing the results of Pre-test & post-test


After gathering the data, the researcher found out that;

a.) The students’ attitudes are positive concerning computer-based mathematics. They
were excited every time the class is held at the computer laboratory room.
b.) The computer-based math worked with students on individual basis. No student has to
feel academically inferior to his/her peers.
c.) Students manifested interest in attending remedial classes on the time scheduled.
d.) The students manifested growth in mathematics as well as growth in personal


The students have benefited greatly from computer-based mathematics. They have
shown growth in mathematics as well as growth in personal confidences. Most students started
out with limited ability, now they are able to browse the technological tools and surf the web
with great confidence.

The students enjoy math on the computer for they receive instant feedback from their
works which they seem to enjoy. They can redo skills once they have reviewed and discussed
their errors. Through this intervention, students engaged with math and they would find it
meaningful and enjoyable.