The COVID-19 pandemic transformed the educational landscape and imposed numerous changes and challenges for learners, teachers, and higher educational institutions around the world. The sudden transition to Open and Distance Learning quickly required the adaptability and creativity of teachers and schools in using unconventional strategies such as distribution of modules. This study aimed to evaluate the researcher-made modules for the subject Great Books. Data were collected from three groups: students, teachers, and librarians. Results revealed that majority of the respondents are female aged 25 years old and below. Further, the student-respondents strongly agree on the modules in terms of its format, language, learning outcomes, content, and assessment tasks. On one hand, both teacher- and librarian-respondents generally agree on the modules. Overall, the total respondents agree on the modules’ format, language, learning outcomes, content, and assessment tasks.
modules, literature, great books.
Cite this Publication ―
Ahmed Bacquel Samia Jr. (2023), Development and Evaluation of Proposed Modules on Great Books. Multidisciplinary International Journal of Research and Development (MIJRD), Volume: 03 Issue: 01, Pages: 21-37. https://www.mijrd.com/papers/v3/i1/MIJRDV3I10003.pdf