An Analysis on the Challenges Faced by Faculty Members on Online Teaching: Its Implications to their Teaching Performance
This paper identified thechallenges faced by the professorson online teaching. It specifically determined the profile of the teacher-respondents in terms of age, sex, position, educational attainment, campus they belong and theirteaching performance. Furthermore, it determined the problems faced by the professorson online teachingalong geographical location, adaptability struggle, technical issues, computer literacy, time management and self-motivation. The profile of the teacher-respondents was correlated to their teaching performance and the problems on onlineteaching as faced by the professorswere also compared when grouped according to campus.Descriptive correlation design was utilized. Pearson-R correlation was used to determine the relationship of theprofessors’ profile and their teaching performance and ANOVA was used to compare the problems faced by the professors during online when grouped according to campus.It was found out that the respondents are adults, female dominated, majority are Master’s degree holders and their teaching performance is good. The teacher-respondents’ profile particularly age and position are contributory factors for their teaching performance in online teaching. The teacher-respondents experienced problems along geographical location, adaptability struggle, technical issues, computer literacy, time management and self-motivation. And there is a significant difference on the problems faced by the respondents when grouped according to campus.