The Impact of Technology Integration in Teaching Performance
AbstractWith the implementation of the K to 12 Education program in the Philippines, it necessitates the use of technology in teaching. Technology integration in teaching helps and assists Social Studies teachers to fill the gap and aid the weakness of traditional teaching methods with technology-based teaching and learning tools and facilities. Hence, this research tries to look into a way to understand the impact of technology integration in the teaching performance of Social Studies teachers in public high schools in the Division of City Schools
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