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 The research used an open-educational resource using Kotobee software to design interactive e-learning for the Grade 12 TVL-ICT programming students of the Lagro Senior High School. The researchers wanted to assess the learners' interest by using an interactive e-learning design made by the teachers. We used stratified and simple random sampling techniques to get the samples. The method and procedure of the research used are quantitative, descriptive, and developmental. The respondents of the study are selected Grade 12 TVL-ICT programming students. We used the Google form survey questionnaire to gather and collect the respondents' data because of the online distance learning implemented amidst a pandemic situation for this Academic Year 2020-2021. The statistical treatment used in the study is mean, frequency, percentage, and Likert scale.


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Mamerto T. Goneda, Aileen L. Omadto, Kimberly M. Kho, John Terrence N. Casimiro, Aris Ruzzel C. Esguerra, Edison M. Gaudicos, & Rein Jerry De la Cruz. (2021). An Interactive E-Learning Design for The Grade 12 Tvl-Ict Programming Using Kotobee of Lagro Senior High School. Central Asian Journal of Literature, Philosophy and Culture, 2(4), 74-78. Retrieved from


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