Disaster Risk Reduction and Managemnt Program of Imus National High School, Department Education, Schools Division Office of Imus City (75908)

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Session: On Demand
Room: Virtual Video Presentation
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation

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The important role of schools in disaster management brings this study to the forefront, thus the study was conducted to describe and evaluate the School Disaster Risk Reduction Management Program (SDRRMP) of Imus National High School (INHS).’ The descriptive–evaluative design with the administrators, non-academic personnel, teachers, and Grade 10 students was adopted. Data gathered through questionnaires, interviews, and documents were analyzed with the use of descriptive statistics, and tests of relationship, and difference. The goals and objectives of the program directed its implementation. The inputs are available at a Very Adequate level while the different activities were implemented to a Great Extent. Outputs were produced to which the participants are very satisfied while Outcomes show the attainment of goals and objectives to a Great Extent. Significant positive relationships were noted among the adequacy level of inputs, implementation level of activities, and satisfaction with the different outputs. Significant differences were observed in the adequacy of inputs, the implementation of activities, the satisfaction with outputs, and the program outcomes reflected the attainment of goals and objectives. Notable concerns on project implementation include adapting to the new learning modality, checking equipment, buildings, and facilities, student involvement, the integration of DRRM in learning areas, and curriculum enrichment.

Josephus Perseus Banaag, Schools Division Office of Imus City, Philippines
Riza Garcia, Schools Division Office of Imus City, Philippines

About the Presenter(s)
Mr Josephus Perseus Banaag is a Civil Servant at Schools Division Office of Imus City in Philippines

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Posted by Clive Staples Lewis

Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00