Overworked teachers lead to poor teaching quality




It has been one of the major burdens of teachers to deliver their main responsibilities teachers when different offices tasked them to do or accomplish endless loads of non-teaching jobs and paperwork. This is now considered as one factor why teachers are performing low in their main duties, to teach.

A study by Philippine Institute for Development Studies titled "Pressures on Public School Teachers and Implications on Quality" explains that giving public school teachers administrative tasks and other duties may distract them from their core function of effective teaching.

Bohol 3rd District Representative Kristine Alexie Tutor has filed a bill aims to remove non-teaching responsibilities of teachers and faculty members in all public schools. Among this non-administrative work is manning the school health facility and guidance office.


Overworked teachers lead to poor teaching quality Overworked teachers lead to poor teaching quality Reviewed by DepEd Click Admin on December 03, 2019 Rating: 5

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