Blended Learning: Strategies and Challenges in Teaching 21st Century Literature of the Philippines and the World to Grade 12 Students

Shenna Joy S. Bobila, Dr. Crisanto A. Daing


This study examined various teaching strategies using Blended Learning in teaching 21st Century Literature of the Philippines and the World (21st CLPW) in the university, assessed various challenges that teachers encountered using Blended Learning in teaching the subject,  identified the significant difference in the extent of the use of Blended Learning in teaching 21st CLPW according to their profile, and recognized the significant relationship between the strategies and the profile of the teacher-respondents. The study employed a mix method of quantitative and qualitative research approaches. The researcher utilized a researcher-made questionnaire to identify teachers using Blended Learning to teach 21st CLPW among Grade 12 students in a university. Data gathering was administered via Google form, and interpretated using mean, standard deviation, Kruskal-Wallis H Test, and Chi-square Test of Independence. Results revealed that most of the teacher-respondents are young adults who are Bachelor’s Degree holders, have been teaching for five years or less, and the most common seminars and pieces of training they have attended were school-based. Challenges Encountered obtained an overall mean of 3.12 and a standard deviation of 0.47, which is interpreted as Agree. This means that challenges in using Blended Learning in teaching 21st CLPW is inevitable.

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