Abstract—E-teaching is an innovative teaching strategy using the e-learning technology to empower both learners and teachers thus providing opportunities for superior learning experiences. The study enhances the education practice of those teachers handling different graduate programs specifically those offered by Lyceum of the Philippines University - Batangas. This study focused on assessing and analyzing the different important factors pertaining to the readiness and inclination of the teachers. This involves introduction of e-teaching on the part of the teachers and e-learning on the part of the graduate students to their respective programs of study. The findings revealed that the graduate school teachers are aware of their vital role in developing effective delivery of instruction and their openness on the active participation in conducting classes in an online learning environment. Also, the university is ready to take the e-teaching program as a mode of instruction for the Graduate School.
Index Terms—E-learning, e-teaching, online learning, technology in education.
Rosaly B. Alday was with the University of the Philippines (e-mail: email@example.com).
Ma. Maureen R. Pascual is with the currently working as a faculty member of College of Computer Studies Department in Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas.
Cite: Rosaly B. Alday, Ma. Maureen R. Pascual, "To be or not to be: E-teaching in the Graduate School in a Philippine Perspective," International Journal of Computer Theory and Engineering vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 226-228, 2012.