Implementation of the Blended Learning Approach: The Case of SPUP Graduate School

Inicia C. Bansig


This study aims to assess the implementation of the Blended Learning Approach (BLA) at the Graduate School level at St. Paul University Philippines. The study utilized the mixed research approach. More specifically, the study utilized the quantitative approach particularly the descriptive causal-comparative research design as it assessed the implementation of the BLA and associated factors. The qualitative approach dealt with the responses of the participants regarding their views on the strengths of the BLA and the challenges they encountered in the implementation of the BLA. The study utilized the questionnaire method in gathering the data and covered the faculty and students as the study participants. The tools used for data analysis tools include the frequency and percentage counts, t-test, F-test, and thematic analysis. The results reveal that the participants assessment of the extent of implementation of the BLA along the four learning areas is “high”. Most specifically, they rated the aspect on Assessment and Evaluation as “very high”, Methods, Learning Resources, and Modality as “High”.

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