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Project (MARK) Multimedia-Learning: An Adequate Resource of Knowledge


The study was conducted to determine the effect of utilizing multimedia for the teaching and learning process. Specifically, the respondents are the Grade 9 students of Balibago Integrated High School. It was conducted during the second semester of the School Year 2019-2020.

This investigation is in conformance to the Republic Act 10533 of 2013 or the Enhanced Basic Education in the Philippines also known as the K-12 program. Furthermore, in compliance to the said law, the Department of Education released DepEd Order No. 35 s. 2016 – “The Learning Action Cell as a K to 12 Basic Education Program School-Based Continuing Professional Development Strategy for the Improvement of Teaching and Learning”.

As such, this research exposed how significant it is to follow the directives of the constitution and the Department of Education. As stated on the legal basis, teachers must enrich lessons with simple integration strategies utilizing Information and Communications Technology (ICT) that are developmentally appropriate. Through this, the Project MARK (Multimedia-Learning: An Adequate Resource of Knowledge) was implemented to conform with the educational standard in the 21st century.

The results of this study affirmed that instructing learners through the use of technology is an effective tool of boosting their interest. Learners today who are referred as the Generation Z learns more if teachers speak their language.

This study attested that using multimedia for the teaching and learning process uncovers deeper layers of learning.