Development, Validation and Pilot Testing of Project KKK (Ka | 93641
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Development, Validation and Pilot Testing of Project KKK (Kalig on sa Kalidad nga Kahibalo): a Strategic Intervention Material in Araling Panlipunan 9


Richard Steyn*

The project was developed, validated, and put through a pilot test in this study. There were three major phases material improvement in view of least educated abilities convenience and content approval, and pilot testing of approved material to guarantee viability. Validity tests demonstrate that the content was precise, age-appropriate, and specific, and that the evaluators gave it a high rating. There was no difference in content or usability, as indicated by the high negative correlation. It could be an activity for remediation, extra credit, or fun. The null hypothesis is rejected by pilot testing with a value .It suggested that the material should be implemented and used as a model throughout the division because it was extremely effective. Additionally, the fact that this research will assist educators in making lessons more interactive and bridging the gap on the pervasive issue of least learned competencies makes it significant. Since teachers are now expected to use innovative instructional applications or materials to effectively teach, this study remained useful after the pandemic. The creation of based interactive video lessons and validated intervention materials made this study stand out.

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