The Effectiveness of Online Classes to Engineering Students of Holy Angel University (HAU)

Authors

  • Jim Joshua E. Pañares
  • Jan Glenndale Punsalan
  • Raul Ramiro Silva
  • Arvin C. Villanueva
  • Alma G. Galang
  • Salvador A. Loria Jr.

Keywords:

Online Class, Students, Engineering, Learning.

Abstract

The pandemic forces the education sector to conduct classes via online or electronic learning “E-learning”. This proposes a new challenge not only to the students but also to educators. An adaptation to online learning was seen in many schools in the whole world including many schools in the Philippines. This paper tackles about the effectiveness of online classes to engineering students of Holy Angel University. The researchers wanted to know in this study if the students are having a difficult time on understanding their lessons on the new mode of learning. The researchers used a descriptive method of quantitative research through the use of survey questions. Three major factors were considered in the questionnaire and a bar graph has been used to analyze the data that was gathered, this graphical representation was used by the researchers to compare the numbers or quantities of data. The researchers found out from the result that online classes or distant learning will be effective for those students who are willing to learn and willing to study every detail of the lesson being discuss in an online class setup. The pandemic introduced the education sector a new way of learning that requires more attention and adaptation in order for it to fully utilize the online platform and use the online learning as a convenient yet effective way to teach and impart knowledge to students around the globe.

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Published

2021-12-13

How to Cite

Jim Joshua E. Pañares, Jan Glenndale Punsalan, Raul Ramiro Silva, Arvin C. Villanueva, Alma G. Galang, & Salvador A. Loria Jr. (2021). The Effectiveness of Online Classes to Engineering Students of Holy Angel University (HAU). International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering, 2(12), 31–37. Retrieved from https://www.journals.grdpublications.com/index.php/ijprse/article/view/483

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