Contextualized, Creative, and Interactive Alternative Learning Materials for Physical Education in Senior High School: Development and Validation
This study explored the challenges and issues experience of school personnel, students and parents, preferred learning modality, concerns for contextualization of a topic in Physical Education under the HOPE curriculum. Using the qualitative methodology, the researcher interviewed three (3) parent-respondents, six (6) student-respondents, three (3) school head-respondents, and five (5) teacher-respondents who were purposively selected using the identified criteria. A series of procedures were employed that helped to code and categorize the details of participants’ narratives and stories. To get the themes of their accounts, the analyses of meanings were performed. Findings revealed five (5) important themes that helped the researcher to develop and validate the contextualized, creative, and interactive alternative learning materials for Physical Education in the Senior High School Program. Finally, a discussion of the importance of the findings of this study and major recommendations for future research was presented in light of the recently established facts from extant literature.