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Level of Curriculum Implementation in Public Preschools of Ozamiz City and Tangub City Divisions

Perlito D. Jomuad

Evaluation of early childhood education is important to the learning outcomes of preschoolers. This study assessed the level of curriculum implementation in public schools of Ozamiz City and Tangub City divisions. Misamis Occidental, Philippines in terms of physical, personal, personal social, cognitive, creative-aesthetic, and socio-emotional development activities of preschoolers. A researcher-constructed questionnaire was administered to 66 respondents drawn randomly from a population of 92 school teachers. Results showed that the teachers perceived some levels of effective implementation of the physical, cognitive, personal-social, and socio-emotional aspects of the early childhood education curriculum. Teachers were able to teach the preschoolers how to develop and take care of their physical bodies, relate themselves to others especially to classmates and teachers, develop their thinking skills through play and interaction, appreciate beauty and order, and adjust to school life and to the people around them. Relative to other development aspects of preschools, creative aesthetic development activities have to be given more attention by teachers. Class activities related to creativity, beauty and order have to be improved.

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