ONUS OF CLASSROOM LEADERS: HOW ERUDITION DEVELOPS BY GIVING AND RECEIVING PEER PARTICIPATION

Herminio C. Tomines, Jun Jun R. Ramos

Abstract


Leadership is a natural ability to lead a group of individuals to translate vision into reality. The researchers used the mixed method research though the online checklist. In gathering reliable information, the researchers adopted questionnaires from the research entitled Onus of Classroom Leaders: How Erudition Develops by Giving and Receiving Peer Participation. The researchers use also cellphone for the documentation specially in making screenshot of the online feedback. Based on the table the researcher used a conceptual framework to elaborate the classroom leadership skills  and teaching and learning process where strategies used as  a key elements to state and phrase  the findings and result hence the  researcher proposed to used this in LFG DIAMANTINA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL as a basis to create  intervention and  output based education in terms of doing so. This is based on their raw score from a 30-item test in each of  the qualities of classroom leaders. Also, it indicates that the learners are interestingly good enough to further experience leadership capabilities of the students. Both posttest mean scores of the groups lie between 19 – 24 score interval. This means they got “high” scores in the 30-item test in each of the Qualities of a good leader. However, leadership skills can earn through a harmonious relationship between the two.

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