Proceedings of The 5th International Conference on Advanced Research in Teaching and Education
The Adaptability of Innovative Strategies for Quality Education in Pre-School amid the Covid-19 Pandemic
Ned Kelly Arenos Agbunag, Desiree Bumatang Wangit
Teaching work involves novelty, change, and unpredictability, which is a defining element of the profession. As we emerge from COVID-19, it’s critical to recognize the significant improvements made by teachers, schools, and districts, as well as the new ideas and practices that have emerged or may arise. Educators first converted to 100% online training, then turned back to teaching pupils both face-to-face and online. And just as it is necessary to plan for learners who have fallen behind with their learning, we must also grab the chance to recognize and learn from new and innovative approaches that have evolved as a result of the pandemic. Adaptability is defined as the ability to adjust successfully to change. In this study, the researchers discussed the adaptability of innovative preschool education strategies in the midst of the pandemic. The impacts of innovative teaching strategies are discussed, as well as some significant implications for practice and research that are essential to the development of teachers’ adaptability and increasing understanding in this important area. The study will utilize descriptive method employing the questionnaire design. Data were gathered through a series of questions asked from individuals and obtained statistically useful information about the given topic. There were ten teachers as respondents. The findings of the study served as a basis for educators on the effects of innovative strategies in preschool amidst the pandemic. Results are going to be useful for kindergarten teachers to look into the strategies that work best during the time of crisis.
keywords: innovative strategies, adaptability, education strategies, Covid-19.