Monthly Archives: October 2013

Class Schedule: A Predictor of Students’ Performance in Computer Programing-1

This study aimed to determine the class schedules that predict performance of students in Computer Programming-1. Specifically it sought answers on determining the profile of students in terms of their class schedules and performance in Computer Programming-1 subject; the performance of the students in Computer Programming-1 with different class schedules; and the class schedules that predict performance of students Computer Programming-1

Study Habits and the Performance of BSCS Students in Computer Programming-1

This study aimed to seek whether the study habits of the students affect the performance of the students in Computer Programming I. Specifically, it determined the profile of the students as to their IQ and performance in computer programming-1; the level of strengths and weaknesses of the student’s study habits as to the time management, study environment, test taking as well as in note taking, reading, writing and math skills; and lastly the relationship between study habits ad performance of the students in computer programming-1.

Worktext in Discrete Structures: Needs Analysis

The Worktext in Discrete Structures: Needs Analysis is a study that focuses on the needs of developing additional instructional materials such as worktext that would cater the curricular needs of the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science first year students enrolled in the course Discrete Structures. Specifically, it determined the level of performance of the BSCS first year students enrolled in Discrete Structures during the second semester of school years 2011-2012 and 2012-2013; and it determined the status of instructional materials in Discrete Structures in terms of availability.

Worktext in Operating System: Needs Analysis

The Worktext in Operating System: Needs Analysis is a research that serves as a supplementary support for the students learning process in the course Operating System at the College of Computer Science. Specifically, it determines the availability of learning resources in Operating System and defines the level of performance of BSCS students in Operating System.