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This study recognizes and examine the utilization of contextualized learning activities to develop students research skills and ICT capabilities of senior high school particularly Grade 11 and 12. Contextualization of activities widen the view and perspective of students with the help of ICT to develop the traditional pedagogical model of knowledge into active, collaborative and autonomous learning. The application of technology specifically ICT plays a vital role in motivating and encourage students to be more engage in different activities. The results shows that most of the participants placed moderate 43.5% to high importance 40% on having an internet that could support collaborative grant writing. Most of the participants attributed high importance to learning to interact with the online learning management system. Most of the participants agreed that social media should being more actively utilized for diverse activities for academic and research purposes
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