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NOAH’S ACADEMY INC.

Senior High School Department

Enhancement of Home-based Program in Noah’s Academy


Incorporated; A Baseline Study

A research Paper Presented the


Senior High School Departement of
Noah’s Academy INC.

In Partial Fulfilment of the


Requirements for the Subject
Practical Research II

By
Rusky M. Zorilla
Gali Jane Fruta

Humanities and Social Sciences


12 HUMSS 201

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Chapter I
INTRODUCTION
Traditional or institutional schools where students receive education from teachers formally
trained in teaching generally and in a specific subject area especially, are common almost
everywhere around the world. As opposed to traditional schools, Homeschooling is a type of
education where children learn outside of a school setting.

Noah's Academy Incorporated is one of the schools that provides a Home-based program to
those students who are not able to go to school. This program helps students to study at home,
with the guidance of a school they are enrolled in. Home-based program: Is a modular type of
study wherein the students that is enrolled in this program will be given a modules for them to
study at home. They will be given a modules that tackles an everyday and week lessons. The
home-based students will learn the same way as the regular students but their difference is that
the regular students come to school everyday while the home-based will only meet once a week
with their adviser to give another modules.

They are more advance than the regular students cause they are able to study advance
lessons since they have modules. Home-based is a type of program implemented by some
schools to support students who has different problems.

Background of the Study

This study focuses for the enhancement of home-based program conducted in Noah's
Academy Incorporated in this year of 2019-2020. The researchers wants to find out what is the
key to improve the home-based program and how it can help the students that are included in this
program. In china the system primary motivation of homeschooling is the response of the parents
to their dissatisfaction to the current educational system. Especially exam-oriented system
resulted in overloaded homework after school and long-time study at school, that makes students
suffer physically and psychologically.(Zhao and Badzis, 2014) This study focuses for the
Enhancement of Home Based Program conducted in Noah's Academy Incorporated in the Year
of 2019-2020. The researchers wants to find out what is the key to improve the Home Based
Program . The purpose of the Home Based Program in the said school is to still provide

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education for those who cannot go to school everyday because of some reasons. This can help to
maintain the educational background of a student so as to help him to have a good life in the
future. Education is important to everyone so people find ways to continue their studies no
matter what they face in life. Being involved in Home Based Program can help other students to
learn even at home by having self-study. In this way, students can learn by the modules given by
the teacher who handles and visits him and give him an exam for students' assessment. Citizens
can almost always find news sources and materials that strengthen their own ideas rather than
present alternatives or those that might challenge these ideas with the help of a wide selection of
information available (Dilliplane, 2011). In China, the primary motivation for homeschooling is
the response of the parents to their dissatisfaction to the current educational system, especially
exam-oriented system resulted in overloaded homework after school and long-time study at
school,that makes students suffer physically and psychologically (Zhao and Badzis, 2014).
Having enough knowledge on different things in life can help a person to have a better
performance and proper actions that they need to do in life. Having an enough education is one
way to achieve these things so education is very necessary.

Statement of the Problem

1. What is the Demographic Profile of the respondents in terms of:

1.1 Name

1.2 Age

1.3 Gender

1.4 Strand

1.5 Grade Level

2. What are the reasons of the respondents in taking Home-Based Program in terms of:

2.1 Financial Status

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2.2 Time Management

2.3 Resources

2.4 Health Status

3. What should be improve in the current Home-Based Program in Noah's Academy


Incorporated in terms of:

3.1 Number of Modules given

3.2 Teaching Style

3.3 Hours of Studying

3.4 Items in Assessments

4. What are the benefits a student can get in a Home-Based Program in terms of:

4.1 Learning

4.2. Financial

4.3 Family Relationships

5. When does the students assessment usually happen?

5.1 Day after day

5.2 Weekly

5.3 Monthly

5.4 Others

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Conceptual Framework

Input Process Output

1. What is the Demographic


Profile of the respondents in
terms of:
1.1 Name
1.2 Age
1.3 Gender Gathered data through Home Visitors -these will be
1.4 Strand  Research the teacher that need to
1.5 Grade Level  Conducting survey to the evaluate and assess a student
2. What are the reasons of the chosen respondents in their house - A "For the
respondents in taking Home-  Analyze and Interpret the Better Seminar/Orientation" to
Based Program in terms of: data gathered what is Home-Based Program
2.1 Financial Status to the regular students for
2.2 Time Management education
2.3 Resources
2.4 Health Status
3. What should be improve in
the current Home-Based
Program in Noah's Academy
Incorporated in terms of:
3.1 Number of Modules given
3.2 Teaching Style
3.3 Hours of Studying
3.4 Items in Assessments
4. What are the benefits a
student can get in a Home-
Based Program in terms of:

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4.1 Learning
4.2. Financial
4.3 Family Relationships
5. When does the students
assessment usually happen?
5.1 Day after day
5.2 Weekly
5.3 Monthly
5.4 Others

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Review of Related Literature

Foreign Studies

Traditional or institutional schools where students receive education from teachers formally
trained in teaching generally and in specific subject areas especially, are common almost
everywhere around the world. Homeschools are most common in United States of America and
the number of homeschooled children has continuously been on the rise for the last around 30
years. According to Ray (2011), the number of homeschool children in United States was
reported to be more than 2.04 million as per 2010 data growing from 1.5 in 2007. Since these
children may join higher education institutions and colleges of formal education after having
initial education at homes, this increasing number calls for special attention of the education
researchers, academicians and education administrators (Bagewell, 2010).

The increasing trend of homeschooling and homeschooled children calls for the attention and
appropriate actions from the authorities regarding homeschooling as well as traditional schooling
systems. The homeschool framework in education sector of USA established by Raymond
Moore has not only gained popularity but also has become a major movement in the education
sector of our days. Homeschooling has since then been recognized and numerous researchers and
educationists anticipate about the likelihood of this modern type of education system.

Foreign Literature

Bielick, Chandler, and Broughman (2001) hypothesized a majority as thinking that


homeschooled children do not have the opportunity to socialize and hence trail backward in
terms of social concerns; however, Windley and Klebanoy (2006) demonstrated that
homeschooled children have more socializing power than traditionally schooled counter parts.
Similarly Blok (2004) found that homeschool children are as social as traditionally schooled
children in addition to the find that they perform better than traditionally schooled students.
Homeschooling has been showing an increasing trend in United States of America. Bielick
(2008) reports the 2007 findings of Parent and Family Involvement (PFI) in education survey
which collected data about students aged 5 – 17 years and studying Kindergarten to Grade 12.
Out of 10681 students 290 were found homeschooling. Weightage calculations showed around

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51, 135, 000 students of 5 – 17 age group in homeschooling. Comparing these estimates to the
National Household Education Survey Program (NHES) 1999 – 2003 showed a highly
increasing trend in homeschooling in USA. There are several reasons behind the increasing trend
in homeschooling. Bielick (2008) found parents prefer homeschooling over traditions schooling
due to three reasons; parents’ are concerned about the traditional school environment, parents
concerns regarding religious education as they think the religion is ignored in the curriculum or
its not given appropriate importance, and parents’ dissatisfaction with the poor instructional
resources and lack of adequate instructional facilities. However, homeschooling is also not free
of negative criticism among the researchers’ community.

Benson and Kosonen (2013) found various negative opinions about homeschooling systems
through their electronic questionnaire survey from university students. The respondents reported
several drawback of the homeschooling. It was found that according to the respondents, the cost
of buying textbooks is quite high as parents have to pay a premium price for them. Educational
modules requirements can be even more expensive for the parents as they would require to
dedicate more time and money to field trips, project materials, and computing facilities etc. Lines
(2009) also questions the competency of parents or assigned tutors as they might not be able to
teach all subjects. Furthermore, it is challenging for working parents to dedicate more time to
teach and monitor their children. Benson and Kosonen (2013) found 65% of the participants
believing that homeschooling produces students with poor social development skills.

Definition of Terms

Home School- the education of children at home


Modular- employing or involving a module or modules as the basis of design or
construction.
Wieghtage- the assignment of a quota (as of members of a legislature) to a particular segment
of the population as a special favor or concession in a proportion above that allowable on a
strictly numerical basis.

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METHOD

Research Method Used

The researcher chose Descriptive Evaluative Method as the method of this research. Evaluation
research thus analyse the impact of a particular program on a certain problem the program is
trying to be solve.

Respondents of the Study

The researchers take Grade 12 home-based students in Noah’s Academy Incorporated as our
respondents.

Sampling Technique

The sampling technique method that the researchers used is non-probability sampling because
the respondents are not chosen randomly, to be précised this study is purposive sampling
technique. Purposive sampling technique is most effective when no one needs to study a certain
cultural domain with knowledgeable experts.

Research Locale

The researchers gathered data through survey questionnaires from Noah’s Academy
Incorporated, a private School, which is located ata No. 11 Manggahan Extension Zone 4-B ,
South Signal, Taguig City.

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Research Instrumentation

The Researchers chose Researchers made instrumentations. This refer to instruments in the form
of survey questionnaires, in a survey forms that have been made by the researchers are validated
by the panellist.

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