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DepEd Commons: Sustaining Students’ Learning in Physical Science

Rose Ann V. Capinig, Dennis G. Caballes


This research aimed to identify the relationship between the perceptions of the students and the level of satisfaction after using DepEd Commons. This study also included the problems encountered by the students in using DepEd Commons. This study used quantitative research, specifically descriptive method of research. The subjects of this study were the one hundred thirty six (136) Grade 12 students taking Physical Science subject at Mataasnakahoy Senior High School. The researchers used questionnaire-checklist as the research instrument in data gathering. The result of the study showed students’ continual learning of the Physical Science subject after the utilization of the platform.


Learning Process, DepEd Commons, Online Learning Platform, Student’s Perception, Student’s Satisfaction

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