Factors affecting the teaching strategies of the Neust Physical Education faculty amidst pandemic
This study is primarily conducted to identify and analyse the various factors that affect the teaching strategy of the Physical Education teachers. It employed descriptive design of research among the 16 Physical Education Instructors of NEUST Sumacab Campus, Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija, Philippines which utilized e-questionnaire. The researcher analysed and interpreted the data using frequency counts, average weighted mean, and rank. The results revealed that “Environment” tops all of the factors which affect the teaching of the respondents in teaching their subject. It is followed by “Physical Pain” and “Different Modalities.” On the other hand, “Teaching Protocol” is deemed to be the least factor that affects the teaching strategy of Physical Education Instructors during this time of Pandemic. It is then recommended that teachers may find specific nook, room or space from their home where they will be comfortable conducting their classes, and they may attend several trainings and seminars tapping the common problems that affect their level of preparedness and teaching of their subjects.