Academic Performance of Computer Engineering Students on the K-12 Implementation
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Universidad de Granada
Academic performanceDemographic profileK-12 strandsComputer engineering
Monaliza S. Jimenez, Dyan Gonzales (2023). Academic Performance of Computer Engineering Students on the K-12 Implementation.Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers,Vol. 14(1). 12-33. [DOI: 10.47750/jett.2023.14.01.002]
Academic performance is the measurement of students’ achievement across various academic subjects. Grades in Science and Mathematics subjects play an important role in finishing an engineering course on time. This study focused on demographic profile and the chosen strand in K-12 program as factors that may affect academic performance. The study is a quantitative research emphasizing the statistical and numerical analysis of data collected through questionnaires. Online approach using google form was used to disseminate the questionnaire in gathering responses as data needed in the study. The collected data was interpreted using analysis of variance or ANOVA. This statistical method was used to determine if there is a significant difference between the academic performance of Computer Engineering students, the demographic profile and the chosen strand in K- 12 program. Result shows that there is no significant difference in the grade of students whatever their strands is. The weighted average of students in Science and Mathematics indicates a remarkable academic performance. There is no significant difference in the students’ demographic profile, chosen strand in K-12 program and their academic performance in Science and Mathematics subjects.