The study aims to determine the level of digital and life skills of CMBT Instructors in teaching Hospitality and Management in one of the well-known Colleges and Universities in Nueva Ecija. The respondents were 25 CMBT Instructors and they were selected using purposive sampling technique. A descriptive method correlation was used in order to satisfied the objectives of the study. The results of the study found that CMBT Instructors had moderate level of digital skills that could frequently and repeatedly use and integrate information management skills in teaching tourism and management. life skills with overall weighted mean of 3.39 and verbally interpreted as “Always”. Communication and perspective and taking challenges skills rated the highest mean of 3.43, followed by Critical Thinking skills with mean of 3.38 and collaboration rated lowest mean of 3.31 but still all with verbal interpretations of “Always”. CMBT Instructors had always and with high level of life skills in teaching Tourism and Management. Digital skills have found positive correlation with life skills of CMBT Instructors teaching Tourism and Management in all terms. This meant that those CMBT Instructors who had digital skills were found positive correlation with the life skills-collaboration, communication, critical thinking and perspective and taking challenges towards better teaching performance.
Digital Skills, Instructors, Life Skills, Tourism and Management.
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Aileen Y. Vigilia (2022). Digital and Life Skills of CMBT Instructors in Teaching Tourism and Management: Basis for Enhancement Development Plan. Multidisciplinary International Journal of Research and Development (MIJRD), Volume: 01 Issue: 05, Pages: 01-07. https://www.mijrd.com/papers/v1/i5/MIJRDV1I50001.pdf