Student-based Assessment on the Utilization of Innovative Teaching Methods in the New Normal
In this pandemic, a big change in the teaching and learning process had to be embraced by different learning sectors as the education sector is one of the most affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. Both teachers and students must be flexible in the use of different teaching and learning modalities to maintain the quality of education. Since face-to-face is not possible at this time, online learning, modular teaching, and video-based teaching are sample modalities that a teacher can use to deliver instruction. This study also aimed to describe the students' attitude and their learning satisfaction in the currently used teaching modalities by their teachers. The study revealed that most students favor the use of the modular method. The results also show that student-respondents' profiles found no significant correlation to their attitude in the modular approach while in the online approach, only sex was found related to attitude. Student-respondents’ profile (i.e., number of siblings) was found to be significantly related to the assessment of modular approach in terms of delivery of instruction while age and income were found also related to assessment when analyzed in terms of online approach. Student-respondents' profiles had no significant correlation related to the assessment of modular approach in terms of learning satisfaction while age and income were found related to assessment in terms of learning satisfaction when analyzed in terms of online approach.