Class Mode Flexibility on Social Work Practice with Individuals and Families

A Basis for Ethical Learning Modality for BS Social Work Students

  • Great I Am W. Carranza Gismundo Pangasinan State University
  • Rinovic Repollo
Keywords: Flexible Learning, Asynchronous Class, Synchronous Class, Ethical Learning Environment, Social Work Method


This study was administered to determine the preferred mode of learning on the social work Social Work Practice with Individuals and Families. Quantitative-descriptive research design was used in the study. There were 83 BS Social work students from Pangasinan who are currently studying via flexible/blended learning are served as the respondents of this study. The respondents were determined thru stratified random sampling. A validated questionnaire was used as a tool in gathering the data. Average weighted mean, frequency counts, and percentages, were used as statistical tools in analyzing the data gathered. Results found out that BS Social Work students of Pangasinan prefers highly synchronous mode of class for the course Social Work Practice with Individuals and Families. Further, majority of the BS Social Work students perceived that taking the course subject in fully synchronous and for partially synchronous mode will make them earn a passing grade while more are perceiving that taking it in fully synchronous mode will make them fail the course subject. Moreover, the partially synchronous/asynchronous mode of learning ranked first among for being perceived to produce higher level of knowledge on the course subject.