CORRELATION ACAD RLE i CORRELATION OF ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND RELATED LEARNING EXPERIENCE OF LEVEL IV NURSING STUDENTS OF AQUINAS UNIVERSITY

OF LEGAZPI

An Undergraduate Thesis Presented to the Faculty of Aquinas University College of Nursing and Health Sciences

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing

MAERYL AYN V. BERANGO TONIE ROSE D. DOMA MARIAN A. GARRIDO QUENNIE D. TUBIANOSA

October 2009

CORRELATION ACAD RLE ii Aquinas University of Legazpi COLLEGE OF NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES Rawis, Legazpi City

RECOMMENDATION FOR ORAL DEFENSE

This thesis entitled “CORRELATION OF ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND RELATED LEARNING EXPERIENCE OF LEVEL IV NURSING STUDENTS OF AQUINAS UNIVERSITY OF LEGAZPI” prepared and submitted by Berango, Maeryl Ayn V.; Doma, Tonie Rose D.; Garrido, Marian A.; and Tubianosa, Quennie D., in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing, is hereby recommended for oral examination.

MA. PAMELA SORRA-VIÑAS, RN, MAN, PhD Adviser

CORRELATION ACAD RLE iii Aquinas University of Legazpi College of Nursing and Health Sciences Rawis, Legazpi City

APPROVAL SHEET

Upon the recommendation of the Oral Defense Committee, this thesis entitled “CORRELATION OF ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND RELATED LEARNING EXPERIENCE OF LEVEL IV NURSING STUDENTS OF AQUINAS UNIVERSITY OF LEGAZPI” presented and defended by Berango, Maeryl Ayn V.; Doma, Tonie Rose D.; Garrido, Marian A.; and Tubianosa, Quennie D., in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing has been examined and recommended for acceptance and approval.

THE THESIS COMMITTE

ALVIN A. SARIO, MA (Ph) Chairman ELVISA B. ESPARES, RN, MAN, PhD Member ANECIA L. BAILON, RN, MAN Member

Accepted and approved in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

VICENTE B. PERALTA, RN, MSN Dean, College of Nursing and Health Sciences

CORRELATION ACAD RLE iv Aquinas University of Legazpi College of Nursing and Health Sciences Rawis, Legazpi City

EDITOR’S CERTIFICATION

This is to certify that the thesis entitled “CORRELATION OF ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND RELATED LEARNING EXPERIENCE OF LEVEL IV NURSING STUDENTS OF AQUINAS UNIVERSITY OF LEGAZPI” presented and defended by Berango, Maeryl Ayn V.; Doma, Tonie Rose D.; Garrido, Marian A.; and Tubianosa, Quennie D., in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing was edited by the undersigned.

ARLENE A. AGUILAR, PhD Editor

CORRELATION ACAD RLE v Aquinas University of Legazpi College of Nursing and Health Sciences Rawis, Legazpi City

RESULT SHEET The result of Oral Examination of Maeryl Ayn V. Berango, Tonie Rose D. Doma, Marian A. Garrido , and Quennie D. Tubianosa, candidates for the degree Bachelor of Science and Nursing.

THESIS TITLE:

CORRELATION OF ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND RELATED LEARNING EXPERIENCE OF LEVEL IV NURSING STUDENTS OF AQUINAS UNIVERSITY OF LEGAZPI A-201, St. Albert Bldg. September 19, 2009 10:00 am

VENUE: DATE: TIME:

This is to certify that Berango, Maeryl Ayn V., Doma, Tonie Rose D., Garrido, Marian A., and Tubianosa, Quennie D. have passed the oral examination with a final rating of ____%

Panel of Oral Examiners ALVIN A. SARIO, MA (Ph) Chairman ELVISA B. ESPARES, RN, MAN, PhD Member ANECIA L. BAILON, RN, MAN Member

Action ________________

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

The researchers would like to humbly express their deepest gratitude to the following personages who helped in the completion of the thesis: Mr. Vicente Peralta, RN, MSN, Dean, College of Nursing and Health Sciences for permitting access to the data needed in the study; Mesdames Pamela Viñas, RN, MAN, PhD and Marlyn Longgasa, RN, MAN, PhD, the thesis advisers, for guiding the researches until the completion of the thesis; Sir Alvin Sario, MA (Ph), chairman of the panel committee, for helping and providing information and insights necessary for the study; Mesdames Anecia L. Bailon, RN, MAN and Elvisa Espares, RN, MAN, PhD for critiquing the paper and for giving suggestions for improvement; Miss Marytina Raquel Bongganay, statistician, for aiding the researchers in the computation of grades and formulation of tables; Prof. Arlene A. Aguilar, PhD, editor, for correcting the grammar of the manuscript; The Level IV Nursing Students for cooperating and entrusting with their grades; The researchers’ families for supporting in every way; The reseachers’ friends and classmates for sharing whatever help they can give; And most especially to Yahweh for strengthening and instilling trust to the researchers so that they can finish the study with all the best they can.

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Minna-sama, hontoo ni doomo arigatou gozaimasu! (Everyone, thank you very much!) Maeryl Ayn V. Berango Tonie Rose D. Doma Marian A. Garrido Quennie D. Tubianosa

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Page i ii iii iv v vi viii xi xii xiii xiv

Title Recommendation for Oral Examination Approval Sheet Editor’s Certification Result Sheet Acknowledgment Table of Contents List of Figures List of Tables List of Graphs Abstract CHAPTER I. THE PROBLEM AND ITS SETTING Introduction Statement of the Problem Hypothesis Scope and Limitation Significance of the Study II. THEORETICAL BACKGROUND Related Literature Foreign Local Related Studies Foreign Local Synthesis of the Study Gaps Bridged by the Present Study Theoretical Framework Conceptual Framework Definition of Terms

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CORRELATION ACAD RLE ix III. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY Research Design Sources of Data Population of the Study Data Gathering Procedures Research Instrument Statistical Treatment IV. CORRELATION OF THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND RELATED LEARNING EXPERIENCE OF LEVEL IV NURSING STUDENTS OF AQUINAS UNIVERSITY OF LEGAZPI Performance of the Level IV Nursing Students Degree of Relationship of Academic Performance and Related Learning Experience Implications of the Results V. SUMMARY, FINDINGS CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS Summary Findings Conclusions Recommendations Areas for Further Study REFERENCES APPENDICES A Letter For List of Students B Letter For Consent C Letter For Academic Grades of the Respondents D Master Data Sheet E Formulae CURRICULUM VITAE

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CORRELATION ACAD RLE x List of Figures

FIGURE 1 Theoretical Framework Model 2 Conceptual Framework Model

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CORRELATION ACAD RLE xi List of Tables TABLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Population of the Study Frequency Distribution of Grades in PHC 101 and PHC 101.1 Frequency Distribution of Grades in PHC 102 and PHC 102.1 Frequency Distribution of Grades in NCM 100 and NCM 100.1 Frequency Distribution of Grades in NCM 101 and NCM 101.1 Frequency Distribution of Grades in NCM 102 and NCM 102.1 Frequency Distribution of Average Grades in AP and RLE Frequency Distribution of Grades in Academic Performance Frequency Distribution of Grades in RLE Performance Central Tendency Distribution Pearson Product Moment Correlation with Significant Relationship

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CORRELATION ACAD RLE xii List of Graphs GRAPH 1 2 3 4 5 6

Scatter Graph of Grades in PHC 101 and PHC 101.1 Scatter Graph of Grades in PHC 102 and PHC 102.1 Scatter Graph of Grades in NCM 100 and NCM 100.1 Scatter Graph of Grades in NCM 101 and NCM 101.1 Scatter Graph of Grades in NCM 102 and NCM 102.1 Scatter Graph of Averages in Academic Performance and RLE Performance

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CORRELATION ACAD RLE xiii Abstract Berango, Maeryl Ayn V., Doma, Tonie Rose D., Garrido, Marian A., Tubianosa, Quennie D. “Correlation Of Academic Performance And Related Learning Experience Of Level Iv Nursing Students Of Aquinas University Of Legazpi”, [An Undergraduate Thesis, Aquinas University College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Rawis, Legazpi City (2009)]. The study aimed to correlate academic performance and related learning experience of level IV nursing students of Aquinas University of Legazpi. The academic subjects—PHC 101, PHC 102, NCM 100, NCM 101 and NCM 102 are the bases for quantifying academic performance while the evaluation sheets in PHC 101.1, PHC 102.1, NCM 100.1, NCM 101.1 and NCM 102.1 are the bases for measuring related learning experience. The study employed theories of Aristotle, Klausmeier, Garman and Infante in the formation of the theoretical framework model. A modified system approach by Hoz and Miskel was applied in the conceptualization of the study. The quantitative method of research was utilized in the study. The data from the College of Nursing and Health Sciences office served as the secondary data to identify the degree of relationship between academic performance and related learning experience. A stratified random sampling was employed based on the list of the population to determine the sample size of the study from each block where the particular respondents were identified on each stratum. The initial respondents were 95 students but due to incomplete grades of some of the respondents, only 84 randomly selected respondents were left. The Pearson Product Moment Correlation was used to determine the correlation of the two variables. The researchers presented the data gathered in both tabular and textual forms. The result showed a moderate degree of relationship between related learning experience and academic performance.

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