Case-Based Teaching and Learning in Enhancing the Academic Performance of Students in Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction

Lemuel M. Abanto, MAEd, LPT a and Josephine E. Tondo, Ph.D., LPT b

aGraduate School Student,La Consolacion University Philippines,STEM Faculty,
DepEd Valenzuela-Malinta, bSTM Faculty/Graduate School Professor,Philippine
Normal University-Manila


Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction; Case-Based Teaching and Learning;
Outcome-Based Education


The main purpose of this study was to assess the impact of Case-Based
Teaching and Learning to the academic performance of Science, Technology,
Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) students in Disaster Readiness and Risk
Reduction of Malinta National High School-Senior High, Valenzuela City. This
study made use of True-Experimental Research design that utilized standard
questionnaires as a primary data-gathering tool, the questionnaires undergo
Face and Content validation as well as the Cronbach's Alpha and obtained .87
reliability results. The Control Group obtained a mean score of 26.15 and the
Experimental Group obtained a mean score of 33.8. The results show that there
is a difference of 15.32 % from their posttest. The t-test revealed that there is a
significant difference between the posttest result of Control Group and the
Experimental Group. Case-Based Teaching and Learning includes collaboration
between participants and discussion of specific situations, typically examples of
real-world situations. The teacher serves as facilitator in Case-Based Teaching
thus encourages case exploration and consideration of the actions of the
characters in the light of their own choices.

Enderun Colleges Scholarly Review, Volume 3, Issue 2.

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