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Parents’ Difficulties and Coping Mechanism towards Successful Learning in Public Secondary Schools during Remote Learning

Ianne Joy Y. Maniquiz, Marie Fe D. de Guzman, Leila L. Ravana, ,
1 : Polytechnic College of Botolan, Botolan, Zambales, Philippines; 2*3: President Ramon Magsaysay State University (PRMSU), Iba, Zambales, Philippines

Background/Objectives: This study investigated the difficulties of parents in their children's education and their coping mechanisms towards successful learning during the remote learning amidst pandemic. The respondents are parents of students of senior high school of Botolan, Iba and Palauig Districts of Zone II, Department of Education, Division of Zambales, Philippines during the first quarter of the school year 2020-2021. Methods/Statistical analysis: The present study was descriptive research. ANOVA was used to test the hypothesis. Findings: Results revealed that the parents are female, belong to middle adulthood, have four children, high school graduates, and belong to the poverty threshold. The parents agreed that they had encountered difficulties in their children's successful learning during the pandemic time, mainly limited educational resources. Therefore, the parents agreed upon the approach strategy as their coping mechanism towards successfully learning their children during the pandemic. The Analysis of Variance result found a significant difference in parents' perception of the Approach Strategy and Avoidant Strategy as Coping Mechanisms in teaching their children toward successful learning in terms of age. Moreover, there is a significant difference in parents' perception of the neither Neither Approach nor Avoidant Strategy as Coping Mechanism in teaching their children toward successful learning in several children. A Model/Plan to address parents' difficulties in children's successful learning was prepared and proposed by the researchers. Improvements/Applications: The researchers will propose the prepared Model Plan to address the difficulties and challenges encountered by parents in children's successful learning during the pandemic to the Administrators of Public Secondary Schools Division of Zambales for further review and future implementation.

Ianne Joy Y. Maniquiz,Marie Fe D. de Guzman,Leila L. Ravana."Parents’ Difficulties and Coping Mechanism towards Successful Learning in Public Secondary Schools during Remote Learning". International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends (IJCERT), ISSN:2349-7084, Vol.8, Issue 06,pp. 102-111, June - 2021, URL:,

Keywords : Parents, Difficulties, Coping Mechanism, children, Successful Learning, Quarantines

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