Sergio, Jr. D. Mahinay, Maricar S. Camacho, Ilmul Jarh P. Ayunan, Norhada S. Endaila, Farabai U. Endaila, Naila R. Masukat, Masna S. Edza


Central to this research is the utilization of Schoology as a learning modality and its relationship to self-assessment. This study employed the descriptive-correlational research design to determine the nature and magnitude by which these variables are related to each other. It included as respondents thirty first-year Bachelor of Elementary Education students who were enrolled in Notre Dame of Midsayap College during the second semester of Academic Year 2021-2022. Findings of the study revealed that the respondents had always utilized the learning management system (LMS) for uploading and notification, and monitoring and evaluation, and had oftentimes utilized it for activities and submission. However, they had only occasionally utilized it for the timely submission of their tasks. Meanwhile, the respondents were very good in performing their reflection papers, taking multiple choice types of exams and engaging in class discussions. Nevertheless, they were merely fair in doing poem/song compositions. Results bared that there is a moderately strong direct relationship between utilization of Schoology and self-assessment, and that relationship is highly significant, signifying that the LMS via Schoology had promoted effective learning among the respondents.


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