Abstract—In the Philippines, one can find learning materials
for various curriculum areas for all levels (Kindergarten up to
Grade 10), which are already available online except for Grades
11 and Grade 12. This lack motivated the researchers to
conduct the study that aimed to design and develop a learning
management system (LMS) for senior high schools, specifically
Grade 11, in selected regions in the Philippines. The study used
the descriptive-survey method to acquire user requirements
from 3072 stakeholders consisting of a cross-section of
randomly sampled principals, teachers, and students. The
researchers used the agile approach for the system development.
The findings revealed that learning in senior high schools was
done in large classrooms (according to the principals) that were
not conducive to learning (as shared by the teachers). The
students revealed that their teachers do not come to class
prepared and do not make the lessons enjoyable. Based on the
features desired by the principals, teachers, and students, an
LMS is developed as the final output of the study. The study
concludes that an LMS for senior high schools needs to be
developed to make teaching and learning in senior high schools
bearable, relevant, and ready for the Fourth Industrial
Revolution. The study recommends evaluating the designed
LMS regarding acceptability, functionality, and scalability.
Index Terms—Agile development, K12 implementation, learning management system, senior high schools
M.S. Delos Santos is with the Cebu Technological University Main, Cebu City, Philippines.
D. C. Durano works with the University of Cebu, Cebu City, Philippines.
A. D. Hortillosa is with the Iloilo Science and Technology University, Burgos St., La Paz, 5000 Iloilo City, Philippines.
*Correspondence: firstname.lastname@example.org (M.S.M.D.S.)
Cite: Maria Salud M. Delos Santos*, Dennis C. Durano, and Arlene D. Hortillosa, "The Development of a Proposed Learning Management System for Senior High Schools in the Philippines," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 430-438, 2023.Copyright © 2023 by the authors. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited (CC BY 4.0).