IJSRP, Volume 13, Issue 5, May 2023 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Ryan F. Arago , Fernando T. Omadto, Analita C. Bello
This collaborative action research was conducted in response to the call of the university officials to develop corrective and progressive mechanics to address the issues relating to nonperforming engineering students with the goal of expanding and accelerating knowledge acquisition. The study was conducted on Quezon City Universitys main campus. Participants were engineering students and faculty members who collaborated during the intervention program with the strict supervision of university officials, including the college dean of engineering, the area chairpersons, and strict monitoring of the research management office. This research was participated by 68 respondents during the initial phase and 77 respondents during the intervention program. The subjects involved were science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The study further employed binary coding techniques to comply with data privacy law and ethical research standards. Moreover, the study used categorizing, describing, analyzing, and interpreting techniques for qualitative data analysis.