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Research on Literacy

This module shows a list of various researches conducted by the LCC and other literacy stakeholders in the country,

Research TitleAuthor/sOrganizationAbstractPublication TypeDate PublishedLink
Research 1
Framework for Community-Based Literacy Programs
Bautista, J., Gutierrez, M., Macahilig, H., Gatcho, A., & Dolba, S.AcademeThis grounded theory research sought to unpack the elements of exemplary community-based literacy programs of local government units or local communities in the Philippines. The themes that make up the framework for exemplary community-based literacy programs and engagement are hereby discussed.Monograph2019FINAL 2019 LCC Technical Report
Research 2a
Validation Literature: Standards, Indicators
and M&E Tool
Bautista, J., Gutierrez, M., Varela, L., Batang, B., & Tamayo, M.AcademeThis research sought to validate on a national scale the Foundational Framework for Exemplary Community-based Literacy Programs and Engagement (Bautista et al., 2019) which includes its corresponding standards and performance indicators. Data were collected through a combination of Likert-type and open-ended-type of survey questionnaire administered during the National Literacy Conference in 2019.Monograph2020FINAL 2020 LCC Technical
Report
Research 2b
M&E Tool for Community-Based Literacy Programs
Bautista, J., Gutierrez, M., Varela, L., Batang, B., & Tamayo, M.AcademeThis Analytic Scoring Rubric is based on two researchers entitled, A Foundational Framework for Exemplary Community-based Literacy Programs and Engagement by Bautista, Gutierrez, Macahilig, Gatcho, and Dolba (2019) and the National Validation of the Foundational Framework for Exemplary Community-based Literacy Programs and Engagement by Bautista, Gutierrez, Varela, Batang & Tamayo (2020). This tool contains the ten (10) standards of the Foundational Framework, its relevant Indicators and its Achievement Progressions which are labeled into a four-scale graduation or categories namely: 1) Beginning; 2) Emerging; 3) Accomplished; and 4) Exemplary, the latter being the highest benchmark of community performance.Monograph2020FINAL Analytic Scoring Rubric