Social Media Exposure and Students' Perceptions on Home-Based Tasks Productivity


  • Ryan Kabigting Justino Sevilla High School - Department of Education of the Philippines
  • Louise Elaine Jimenez
  • Alessandra Avhril Paner
  • Reelaya Twinkle Mendoza


social media, home-based tasks, productiveness, communication


The purpose of this quantitative study was to determine the relationship between social media exposure and students' perceptions of home-based task productivity among grade 10 students. The primary tool for gathering information was a survey questionnaire. This was reviewed by one of the English teachers to ensure that it met the research objectives. The statistical tools used in the process of analyzing and interpreting the collected data included mean, frequency count, percentage, and Pearson r. The study found that social media had a significant impact on students in terms of the

number of hours spent on it, with 5 hours being the most; the majority of respondents answered daily, indicating that social media has become a part of respondents' lives in terms of their observance; the productivity of students in doing home-based schoolwork and social media use throughout the entire afternoon is fairly reliant on social media. As a result, exposure to social media may assist students in completing home-based tasks that require its use for communication.

Author Biography

Alessandra Avhril Paner




How to Cite

Kabigting, R., Jimenez, L. E., Paner, A. A., & Mendoza, R. T. . (2021). Social Media Exposure and Students’ Perceptions on Home-Based Tasks Productivity. Studies in Humanities and Education, 2(1), 70–78.